Sean Combs' Central Park Apartment!
Now that he’s changed his name back to Puff Daddy, whether you call him Diddy, P. Diddy, Puff Daddy or Sean, Sean Combs is both a music star and a marketing genius who uses his fame as a perfect vehicle to get his entrepreneurial ideas off the ground. Though he makes success look easy, he’s tenacious and hard working toward whatever goal he sets.
Combs was born in 1969 in Harlem. His mother was a part-time model and his father a drug dealer who was murdered when Sean was age 3. Sean went to a Catholic high school and spent two years at Howard University. At age 21, he dropped out of Howard and began working as an intern for Uptown Records and went on to become owner of his own $550 million dollar conglomerate, Bad Boy Entertainment. On his way to the top, Sean displayed the Midas touch in everything he did including rapping, acting, producing, talent scouting, clothing designer, restaurant owner and the MTV reality show Making The Brand. Now at age 44, Sean is known for his prolific charity work as well as his occasional bad boy behavior problems.
Looming way above Central Park from the 66th floor, Combs has created a penthouse bachelor pad at the celebrity preferred Park Imperial. Let’s talk 9' flat screen TV and world class sound system. The 2,292-square-foot apartment has five rooms including two bedrooms, three baths and den with Diddy-designed galley wet bar and media room. The latter two rooms with wide openings establish an open view through to the living room with its glass walls. At this height, one can see the Hudson, the entirety of Central Park and the city surrounding it, all the way to the Atlantic. To assure that the view was uninterrupted, he cleverly added to the airy clear-sky feeling by using all lucite furnishings including a dramatic lucite grand piano. Every inch over-the-top sophisticated and perfect for entertaining, it will make a fabulous full-time abode or pied-à-terre for a cool dude or couple wanting to make a grand statement. For more information.
Previously asking $8.5 million and now on its third price cut, Combs’ NYC 66th floor apartment with stunning views has recently been reduced to $7.5 million.