“Power of Love” Songstress Sells Central Park West Pad

Jennifer Rush, most famous for her "Power of Love" song popularized in the 80s, recently sold her Central Park West pad for $5.2 million, reports The Real Deal. Rush must've felt the power of Manhattan real estate buyers because she sold the two bedroom co-op for $700,000 more than what it was originally listed for. Talk about chart-topping hit.

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Jennifer Rush, most famous for her "Power of Love" song popularized in the 80s, recently sold her Central Park West pad for $5.2 million, reports The Real Deal. Rush must've felt the power of Manhattan real estate buyers because she sold the two bedroom co-op for $700,000 more than what it was originally listed for. Talk about chart-topping hit.
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Located in the San Remo co-op building, Rush's apartment was listed for $4.5 million, but the singer fetched $5.2 million for the spread. Here's a look at the sunny kitchen in the 12th floor apartment.
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Another look at the gorgeous kitchen in Rush's apartment. The buyer of the lavish home is John Zeiler, CEO of Hudson Housing Capital, a financial services firm that promotes the development of affordable housing, reports The Real Deal.
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A view of the living room, which boasts built-ins and wood floors.
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The singer's sold apartment boasts two bedrooms and three bathrooms.
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A look at the second bedroom in the pad.
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Rush's former home spans 2,450 square feet and features direct views of Central Park, an amenity which was likely a huge selling point.
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