Mo' money doesn't seem to be bringing mo' problems for Sean "Diddy" Combs. And if he calls selling a New York City bachelor pad for $8.5 million a problem, we'll gladly shoulder the burden.
Diddy turned his three-bedroom, 2,300-square-foot Manhattan penthouse into a customized one-bedroom hip-hop paradise, and now he's thrown it on the market.
Located on the 66th floor of his building, Diddy's plush penthouse features sweeping views of Central Park and uptown Manhattan. Giant floor-to-ceiling windows letting in too much light? No worries. Diddy equipped the entire place with remote-controlled blackout shades.
Two of the bedrooms have been converted into a media room and a piano room. According to the listing, other "tasteful renovations" include a marble-clad foyer, a custom-built wet bar (we're not sure if the enormous champagne bottle pictured at left is included) and closets designed with humidors and "special lighting."
The living room was purposefully designed to maximize the use of its 9-foot television and "world class" sound system.
According to the New York Post, Diddy's building, called the Park Imperial, is also home to Deepak Chopra (who is selling his place, too) and used to be home to Daniel Craig.
Rick Kelly of Prudential Douglas Elliman has the listing.
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