Zayn Malik finally offloaded the SoHo penthouse he bought after splitting with Gigi Hadid in 2018 — at a $1 million loss. Here’s a look inside the singer’s one-time bachelor pad.

Zayn Malik finally managed to sell his SoHo penthouse.

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Zayn Malik finally managed to sell his SoHo penthouse.
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Dallien Realty; Andrew Kelly/Reuters

Singer-songwriter Zayn Malik, a former member of One Direction, has finally sold his New York City penthouse for $9.45 million, according to a report by The Real Deal.

According to the Observer, Malik purchased the home in March 2018, shortly after his breakup with model Gigi Hadid was announced, for $10.69 million. (The two reunited shortly after but have since broken up once again.) He listed the home in July of 2019 for $10.8 million. a few months later, he cut that price to $10.2 million, which is over $400,000 less than what he purchased it for.

The home is located in SoHo, a swanky neighborhood in Lower Manhattan. According to the property listing, the 4-bedroom, 4-bathroom penthouse boasts 3,597 square feet of interior space and an additional 932 square feet of rooftop terrace space.

Keep reading for a look inside.


Singer-songwriter Zayn Malik purchased the SoHo penthouse in March 2018 for $10.6 million.

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Former One Direction member Zayn Malik.
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Andrew Kelly/Reuters

Source: Observer


SoHo is a neighborhood located in Lower Manhattan. It’s about a 20-minute subway ride from Midtown Manhattan.

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SoHo is known for its shopping.
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Google Maps

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The penthouse is located on Greene Street, a cobblestone street known for its stunning architecture and boutique stores.

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Penthouse A at 63 Greene Street is on the market for $10.8 million.
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Photos from StreetEasy listing courtesy of Dallien Realty

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The building is over 140 years old — and according to the real-estate listing platform StreetEasy, it used to be a silk-manufacturing building.

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The living room.
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Photos from StreetEasy listing courtesy of Dallien Realty

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Preserving its historic roots through architecture, the post-industrial style home boasts 12-foot-high vault ceilings and a custom steel staircase.

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The dining area.
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Photos from StreetEasy listing courtesy of Dallien Realty

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The double-oven kitchen features modern amenities and leads into a dining area with a staircase visible in the background.

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The penthouse’s modern kitchen.
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Photos from StreetEasy listing courtesy of Dallien Realty

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The home is certainly spacious, particularly for Manhattan real estate — it offers 3,597 square feet of interior space and an additional 932 square feet of exterior space.

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A large walk-in closet.
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Photos from StreetEasy listing courtesy of Dallien Realty

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There are four bedrooms …

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One of the penthouse’s four bedrooms.
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Photos from StreetEasy listing courtesy of Dallien Realty

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… and four bathrooms.

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One of the penthouse’s four bathrooms.
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Photos from StreetEasy listing courtesy of Dallien Realty

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The home’s exterior space is a private rooftop terrace, which can be accessed from inside the home.

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932 square feet of exterior private roof terrace space.
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Photos from StreetEasy listing courtesy of Dallien Realty

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After a price cut, the home finally sold — for $9.45 million, or over $1.1 million less than what he paid for it only two years ago.

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Kevin Winter/Getty Images

Source: Observer