Ricky Martin might’ve gotten a bit too optimistic aboutYorkville‘s Second Avenue Subway-influencedreal estate boom, asMansion Globalreports that he’s chopped the price of his condo at170 East End Avenuefrom $8.4 million to $7.1 million after just fivemonths. This isn’t the first time the Latin pop star has had trouble unloading NYC real estate; in 2012 he put his condo in Noho’s 40 Bond on the rental market for $28,000/month. In 2014, he listed it for $8.3 million, but it didn’t find a buyer until a year and half later when itsold for the reduced price of $7.55 million.
Ricky Martin still trying to sell Yorkville apartment
Ricky Martin no longer wants to live "la Vida Loca" on the Upper East Side.