Pavarotti’s Hampshire House co-op fails to sell
Late singer's CPS apartment comes off the market after 11 months
Luciano Pavarotti’s Hampshire House apartment has left the stage, but may still return for an encore.
The 2,000-square-foot pad at 150 Central Park South, one of three in the building that belonged to the late tenor, has come off the market 11 months after it was listed.
The two-bedroom co-op unit, which features a huge great room that the singer used for rehearsing, hit the market asking $13.7 million in December.
Mostly recently, the asking price had dropped to $11.5 million, the New York Post reported. Douglas Elliman was listing the unit.
The 37-story Hampshire House, built by Caughey & Evans, was completed in 1938. It was converted into a co-op in 1949.
Pavarotti, among the most beloved opera stars of his generation, died in 2007 from pancreatic cancer. The singer owned two other units in the building, one of which sold for $1.15 million in 2013. [NYP] – Ariel Stulberg