Several months after Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner parted ways and sold their Miami mansion, Jonas has put his New York City property on the market, a move that seems to echo the sentiment of their split.
Jonas has relisted his condo in Nolita, New York, for about $8.7 million (US$6 million).
The pop star, known for his role in Camp Rock, initially purchased the apartment in March 2018 for about $8.1 million (US$5.6 million), according to the Robb Report.
Jonas, who filed for divorce from the Game of Thrones actress in October, and Turner had a surprise wedding at A Little White Wedding Chapel in Las Vegas in 2019, after a year of buying the New York residence.
The property was first listed for sale in 2020 at about $9.4 million (US$6.5 million) but failed to attract buyers.
The apartment has since fluctuated on and off the market. Situated in an exclusive eight-story boutique condo built in 2015, the building houses only 11 units, featuring a 24-hour doorman and a shared rooftop.
The residence, spanning approximately 269 square meters, is entered via a private elevator leading to a personal foyer. It boasts an open-plan design with custom oak flooring, a kitchen equipped with SieMatic cabinets, marble countertops, and high-end Miele appliances.
The property includes three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a 135 square meter landscaped terrace connected to the main bedroom.
Before their widely publicised separation, Jonas and Turner had acquired several properties together.
In 2019, they bought a mansion in Encino for $20.4 million (US$14.1 million), which they later sold for $22 million (US$15.2 million) in 2021.
That year, they also invested $15.9 million (US$11 million) in a Frank Lloyd Wright-styled home in Miami, which they recently sold for $21.7 million (US$15 million).
The London Evening Standard reported that the couple was considering purchasing a countryside estate in Oxfordshire, England, near the Thames River before their sudden divorce.
Court documents indicate that they had a contract to finalise the purchase in December, but it remains uncertain whether either of them will relocate to the UK.