U2’s bassist Adam Clayton sells his Manhattan penthouse for $8.6 million

by Amy Andrews


Photo: (Laura Hutton/Photocall Ireland)

If you’ve got an extra eight-plus million bucks to spare, you too can live like a rock star! U2 bassist Adam Clayton has put his New York City pad on the market for $8.695 million and address doesn’t get much better – it’s in the gorgeous El Dorado building on Central Park West.

The place has three bedrooms, four baths and every room is renovated to perfection, including the stunning chef’s kitchen. Clayton purchased two apartments in the building where bandmate Bono also used to live and combined them into one gorgeous, sprawling place with a 38 foot entrance gallery and Central Park Views.

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Another Member of U2 Tries to Exit Eldorado

By JOSH BARBANEL

For many years, the twin towers of the Eldorado on Central Park West have been a quiet refuge for the Irish rockers of U2.

Bono, the group’s celebrated frontman, sold his co-op there in 2008 after buying a bigger apartment farther down the street.

Last U2 Rocker Decamps From Eldorado


The living room of Adam Clayton’s co-op at 300 Central Park West.

Now, Bono’s high-school chum and bass player, Adam Clayton, has put his own three-bedroom co-op at the Eldorado on the market for $8.695 million.

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