Prince's infamous Paisley Park Studios, where he passed away in April, could be converted into a tourist attraction, new documents reveal.
According to The Wrap, the administrator of the late "Purple Rain" singer's estate has been considering a Graceland treatment on the property.
The court papers state that Bremer Trust, the named administrator, was seeking permission to hire experts "to provide advice and counsel on how to manage public tours of the grounds, facilities and buildings located at Paisley Park."
As of Wednesday, June 8, the case judge granted Bremer Trust authorization to employ monetization experts to aide in strategizing sustainable income for the property.
As Radar reported, the 57-year-old was discovered unresponsive in an elevator at 9:43 a.m. on April 21, inside his infamous Chanhassen residence.
According to the Minneapolis Star Tribune, Prince was dead for at least six hours before his body was discovered by his assistant and drummer.
The legendary musician's will has yet to be found.