Ariana Grande’s former condo at Zaha Hadid’s High Line building sells for $12M

July 20, 2021

Photo by Tim Fisher, Courtesy of Related Companies

The apartment where pop star Ariana Grande and ex-fiance Pete Davidson once lived has sold for roughly $12,000,000. Located at 520 West 28th Street, the condo building on the High Line designed by the late architect Zaha Hadid, the residence measures an impressive 4,000 square feet, with five bedrooms and four and a half baths. As 6sqft previously reported, the apartment was listed for $16,000,000 in 2018 when the Grammy Award winner moved in.

Photo by James E Smolka

Photo by James E Smolka

Dazzling views abound at the apartment, which boasts a setback terrace with eyes on the Empire State Building and a living area with south and north-facing High Line views. The kitchen features Gaggenau appliances, double dishwashers and refrigerators, a steam oven, and a wine refrigerator.

Photo by James E Smolka

Expected to close this week, the total sale price of this unit came to about $13,500,000, thanks to the two parking spots the unknown buyer picked up for $700,000 each. Compass agent Phillip Salem represented the buyer.

The New York Post first reported the sale.

Hadid’s first ground-up building in New York, 520 West 28th Street rises 11 stories and contains 39 condo units. In addition to Grande and her short-lived beau, other celebrities that have called the futuristic building home include Sting and his wife Trudie Styler, who rented there while work was done at their home at 220 Central Park South, according to the Post.

And last October, Wesley Edens, co-founder of private equity firm Fortress Investment Group and part-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks, bought the triplex penthouse at the building for $20 million. It was initially listed for $50 million in 2016.

Amenities at the tower include a 75-foot saline swimming pool, a private IMAX theatre, a fitness center, and off-street entry through an automated garage.


All photos courtesy of James E Smolka

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