It’s official: Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner are serious about selling their condo in New York City. The three-bedroom, 2,900-square-foot residence recently hit the market for $5,999,999 and is located in Nolita, one of Manhattan’s trendiest neighborhoods.
In September, rumors of marital strife surfaced in the tabloids, and shortly thereafter, the estranged couple confirmed their decision to divorce. Jonas, a pop star and member of the band Jonas Brothers, and Turner, an actress best known for playing Sansa Stark in the hit HBO series “Game of Thrones,” had been married for four years.
Along with the dissolution of their marriage, the two are also reported to be shedding their Manhattan real estate.
Bye-bye, Big Apple
This is not the first time the A-listers have tried to offload their posh East Coast pad. In fact, they didn’t even own it for that long!
Jonas and Turner reportedly purchased the upscale abode in 2018 for $5.6 million, and property records indicate they had been trying to sell it before news of their divorce broke.
The condo was listed for sale in July 2020 for $6.5 million and received two price reductions (down to $5.9 million in August 2020 and $5.4 million in November 2020) before being removed from the market altogether in 2021.
One of 11 units in a luxury boutique building, the property is accessed by a keyed elevator into a private foyer. The condo is open concept and full of natural light thanks to floor-to-ceiling windows in the main living area and bedrooms.
Trendy wide-plank oak flooring spans the entire home, save for the kitchen, which is accented with geometric tile. The kitchen is outfitted with a massive marble island with seating for five, modern cabinetry, and Miele appliances.
The primary bedroom comes with an en suite bathroom, walk-in closet, and access to the home’s 1,450-square-foot private terrace. One of the two additional bedrooms has an en suite bathroom as well.
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner’s real estate history
In 2019, right after tying the knot in a surprise wedding in Las Vegas, the couple shelled out $14.1 million for their SoCal home, which was subsequently sold in 2021 for $15.2 million.
This transaction went down just a few days after they purchased a modern Miami mansion for $11 million. After hiring interior designer Sarah Ivory to overhaul the home, Jonas and Turner listed the property in 2022 for just shy of $17 million. They ended up closing this August for $15 million.