No one wants to buy Diddy's apartment.
Sean "Diddy" Combs is looking for someone to take his New York City condo off his hands – and it can be yours all for just $6.5 million.
The famous rapper and producer has had his Manhattan apartment listed on the market since 2012, but has yet to strike a deal – and it's not because the real estate isn't prime.
Combs initially listed the swanky condo – located in Manhattan's The Park Imperial – at $8.5 million in 2012. That price was most recently slashed from $6.995 million down to an even $6.5 million.
The 2,300-square-foot, luxurious pad is positioned in a prime location. Tucked away in Manhattan's West 56th Street, the apartment is conveniently close to Central Park and – as it sits on the 66th floor – features some stunning views to boot.
Combs' crib comes with three bedrooms, all boasting large windows to show off breathtaking views below. If anything, the sights from Combs' condo alone are enough to validate the price tag.
Another "wow" factor of Diddy's sky view apartment? The condo's sharp, modern kitchen comes with floor-to-ceiling windows to capitalize on the breathtaking sights of the city.
The spacious layout offers up three and a half bathrooms and also includes a bar.
Although his home hasn't attracted a buyer yet, Diddy still stands to make an impressive profit once the sale is closed. He bought the Manhattan residence for $3.82 million in 2005.
Business mogul Combs, who owns and manages Bad Boy Entertainment, doesn't have just one property on the market, however. Diddy has had his three-acre Alpine, New Jersey property on the market since 2015. He has also slashed the listing price on the seven-bedroom mansion, which currently is offered at just under $8 million.
Why so many listings? The rapper and producer spends much of his time at his most recent real estate purchase, a $40 million mansion in Los Angeles that he acquired in 2014. His sprawling California residence comes packed with eight bedrooms, a 35-person theater, massage room and beauty salon. Diddy's move to the west coast has seen an increase in the price cuts of his current properties.
With no interested parties so far, Combs certainly won't be anxiously awaiting any final offers. The singer turned entrepreneur is the owner of a comfortable $730 million net worth, padded greatly by his recording deal ventures, several clothing lines, business partnerships and his work with vodka brand, Cîroc.