Moby’s Former El Dorado Penthouse Overlooking Central Park Is Up for Sale

Once upon a time, Moby had soaring views from this four-floor penthouse on the Upper West Side, and now someone new can. The musician’s expansive former abode overlooking Central Park has hit the market asking $5.75 million.

Sitting on the 31st, 32nd, 33rd and 34th floor in El Dorado’s south tower, the penthouse is full of luxury and character. The residence can be entered through a semi-private elevator landing and opens up to a grand living space with high ceilings carrying in an overflow of sunlight attached to a custom-built spacious kitchen.

The sky-high home’s three bedrooms and three bathrooms have each been meticulously designed for a blissful experience. With multiple rooms having a touch of historical charm, a space that’ll grab potential buyer’s attention is the mahogany wood-paneled library, accessible through an enchanting spiral iron staircase. It seems meant for inspiration, and perhaps Moby thought up some of his jazzy beats here.

The penthouse also has three elegant terraces, ideal for enjoying views and listening to the music of daily city life. Other bonuses include the building’s set of services including a full-time doorman, a concierge, and activity rooms such as a recreation center, fitness center, children’s room, half basketball court, and bike room.

The listing is currently held with Frances Katzen of Douglas Elliman. The NY Post first reported that Moby’s former penthouse is for sale.