R&B crooner Usher was recently spotted scoping out a seven-room penthouse priced at $5.495 million, reports the
New York Daily News. Located at 115 Allen Street, the modern duplex condo comes with a chef's kitchen, sun-drenched living spaces, and three private outdoor spaces including a chic roof deck. View the listing.
R&B crooner Usher was recently spotted scoping out a seven-room penthouse priced at $5.495 million, reports the <I>New York Daily News</i>. Located at 115 Allen Street, the modern duplex condo comes with a chef's kitchen, sun-drenched living spaces, and three private outdoor spaces including a chic roof deck. <a href="http://www.corcoran.com/property/listing.aspx?Region=NYC&listingid=2191704" target="_blank">View the listing</a>.
A view of the sun-drenched living room in the 2,600-square-foot pad. In addition to the hefty price tag of $5.495 million, the duplex penthouse comes with a monthly maintenance fee of $1,404.
This downtown gem includes four bedrooms. This master suite boasts a private balcony.
A view of the all-marble master bath, which is one of four ritzy bathrooms in the spread.
It's no wonder Usher can afford such luxurious digs. Widely hailed as the reigning King of R&B, Usher is one of the best-selling artists in American music history, having sold over 65 million records worldwide.
The airy apartment has 16' ceilings and comes complete with a screening room.
A peek at the chef's kitchen that features Corian counters, a Wolf double stove, Miele double fridge, and American cherry wooden floors.
Last year Usher released his sixth studio album, Raymond v. Raymond, which became his third consecutive album to debut at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart. The platinum record spawned Usher's ninth Billboard Hot 100 number-one hit "OMG".
Usher's prospective new roof deck boasts unobstructed views of Manhattan from all directions.
The luxurious roof deck comes equipped with a jacuzzi and a self-irrigating garden for those with a lazy green thumb.
Usher - who is part owner of Cleveland Cavaliers and is also involved with several restaurants - might add real estate to his list of non-musical ventures. If Usher buys the Lower East Side apartment, he isn't even planning on moving in. The New York Daily News reports that he's looking to rent the condo for $25,000 per month.