Joe Jonas, the former Jonas Brother turned DNCE frontman, is leasing a new pad in the Hollywood Hills following the sale of his $2.9 million home, The Real Deal has exclusively learned.
The crooner is shelling out $40,000 a month for the three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom house, on Cardwell Place near the Sunset Strip, according to the listing broker, Carl Gambino of Westside Estate Agency.
“This is the most spectacular property on the market in this price range. There is literally nothing else like it,” Gambino said.
The mid-century modern house was once home to famed session musicians the Wrecking Crew and has a pool, a circular living room and a hidden murphy style bar in the living room. The home is also currently available for sale, asking $4.6 million.
Jonas has been without a California crash pad ever since he sold his other Hollywood Hills abode on Fairfax Avenue for $2.88 million late last year. He bought that property for $2.6 million in 2014, public records show. He and his brothers even spent the holidays in an Airbnb rental in New York.
DNCE recently released its very first single, marking one of Jonas’ first forays into the music world since he and his brothers called time on their band in 2013.
“It’s tough for artists to get second chances in the music industry these days,” he told Rolling Stone in October. “Getting a chance to come at it like a new artist and a new band is incredible.”