By Matthew Strauss.
David Bowie’s former New York City apartment is up for sale, as Forbes points out. Bowie and his wife Iman reportedly lived there from 1992 to 2002. It faces Manhattan’s Central Park and is up for $6.45 million, according to the Corcoran Real Estate listing. The apartment also comes with Bowie’s Yamaha piano, which has stayed in the living room since he and Iman left the space. Find photos of the apartment here.
Since his passing last year, Bowie has been remembered with stamps, watches, reissues, a documentary, emojis, and more. This past November, his personal art collection was auctioned off. Last summer, locks of his hair were sold at auction.
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