Luciano Pavarotti’s apartment at Hampshire House is getting an encore, but this time it’ll be sharing the stage.
Pavarotti’s executors are now marketing a potential two-unit combination at the building, located at 150 Central Park South, for $20.5 million, Bloomberg reported.
The two 23rd floor units have a combined total of three bedrooms and 4,500 square feet of space, along with a large terrace with spectacular views of Central Park.
The estate initially listed Pavarotti’s 3,300-square-foot unit alone in late 2013, asking $13.7 million. It later dropped the asking price to $10.5 million.
The other unit belongs to husband and wife Michael Clair and Audrey MacLean. They bought it in 2005 for $1.65 million and recently listed it for $10 million.
Deborah Grubman, David Dubin and Paul Albano of the Corcoran Group are marketing Pavarotti’s unit. Douglas Elliman’s J. Roger Erickson has listing for the adjacent apartment.
Pavarotti died of pancreatic cancer in 2007. [Bloomberg] – Ariel Stulberg