U2 Bass Player, Adam Clayton, Lists Eldorado Condo for $8.7 Million (SEE PICTURES)
U2 bass player, Adam Clayton, has put his condo at the Eldorado on Central Park West on the market for $8.695 million.
According to the Wall Street Journal, the Irish rocker of U2 bought the co-op on the fourth floor of the Eldorado in two sections and combined it; he first purchased the first unit for $620,000 in 1993 and the second for $430,000 in 1994.
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The condo is listed by Emma and Michael Kerins of Halstead Property.
The large co-op features a 38-foot gallery, three bedrooms, a formal dining room and a seven-window view of Central Park. Clayton combined the two bedrooms in both apartments and formed a master suite with a nine-by-10-foot dressing room and transformed the two maid's rooms into a 22-foot-long kitchen, with an eating section.
The Journal confirmed that the co-op was first listed earlier this month by Ms. Kerins.
The Eldorado is one of many Central Park West buildings that welcome celebrities and other high profiles. Over the years, the building has had residents such as celebrities like Michael J. Fox, Faye Dunaway and Garrison Keillor.
Leader of the U2 band, Bono, also sold his 16th floor apartment at the Eldorado for $4.9 million. He purchased the apartment for $14.5 million from Apple Inc. co-founder, Steve Jobs, who renovated the condo but never moved in, the Journal reported.
The reason for Clayton putting his condo on the market is still unclear.