The "Toxic" singer's former home is back at it again
The former penthouse to pop star, Britney Spears, is back "one more time" on the endless roller-coaster ride of getting it off the market, this time with a new tactic.
The "Toxic" singer purchased the four-floor, 4,400-square-foot apartment at 14 East 4th Street, named the Silk Building, circa 2002 for $3 million before selling it in 2006 for $4 million. Seems like some of those toxic vibes may have been left behind. The home has been struggling to find a long-time owner ever since, being listed several times with prices ranging anywhere from $5 million to an astounding $9 million. After a brief hiatus, the three bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom penthouse is back, now trying its luck as a rental unit, asking $24,000 a month, reports the Observer.
The home is quite nice, featuring large living and dining rooms, a wood-burning fireplace, mud room, and a sprawling outdoor space that offers views of downtown Manhattan. Hopefully, the home will find its rightful owner in due time.
- Noho, One More Time: Britney Spears’ Former Penthouse is Back on the Market [Observer]
- Listing: 14 E 4th Street #1109 [Anchor Associates via StreetEasy]
- Britney Spears's Old East Village Penthouse Returns For $7.6M [Curbed]
- All 14 East 4th Street Coverage [Curbed]