EDITOR’S NOTE: We originally covered Pharrell Williams’ home in July 2013. In honor of his MTV Video Music Award Nomination for “Blurred Lines” (along with Robin Thicke and T.I.), we thought we’d take another look at his home.
ORIGINAL POST: Pharrell Williams is a producer, fashion designer, rapper and collaborator, but don’t add real estate guru to his resume quite yet. His 40th-floor penthouse just received another price cut, dropping the listing down to $10.9 million. Williams first listed the glassy pad in November 2012 and seems keen to dump the place as soon as possible; he already slashed the price from $16.8 million to $13.999 million in January.
Williams bought the 9,000-square-foot duplex at 2127 Brickell Ave, Apt 4000, Miami, FL 33129 for $12.525 million in 2007 and set about making it his own, filling the loft-like space with his extensive modern art and furniture collection.
He described the modern home as living in a “reverse fishbowl,” a home that had uninterrupted views of Miami and Biscayne Bay, but no one could see him.
The 5-bedroom, 6.5-bath home has terraces, its own swimming pool and a second-level “summer kitchen.”
While his penthouse has been on the market, Williams has kept busy, producing and collaborating with Daft Punk for their hit “Get Lucky,” as well as producing the “Despicable Me 2″ soundtrack.
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