If only the walls could talk...
The 28-year-old pop star initially moved in to the mesmerizing abode – located in swanky Manhattan – in June 2018, when she was engaged to the 27-year-old SNL star.
The jaw-dropping property was last listed at $16 million.
Grande is said to have paid for the spacious, five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom pad spread out over more than 4,000 square feet herself, though it is unlcear if she bought it or rented it.
Davidson would often joke that he would regularly "thank" the singer for letting him stay in the enormous apartment, which he quipped "costs $60,000 rent a month."
Though that amount is unconfirmed and likely an exaggeration, it would not be surprising.
Elevated 100 feet high over West Chelsea, the stunning property's interior measures 4,023 square feet and contains an additional 1,361 square-foot setback terrace with views of the Empire State Building.
The sprawling loft living area features a large south- and north-facing great room with breathtaking views over the High Line and Chelsea skyline from its private balcony, as well as a separate dining room/family room next to a spacious kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances, double dishwashers, double refrigerators, a steam oven, and a wine refrigerator.
There's also a service entrance and true utility room, in addition to 10-foot-wide motorized windows with distinctive curved glass detailing, sculptural kitchen islands with beveled marble detail, 10-foot-high ceilings, and custom lacquered wall paneling.
The boutique space features two separate elevator banks and secure off-street entry through a drive-in, automated garage – which is perfect for those who want to live in the lap of luxury while keeping a low profile.
Leisure amenities include NYC's first private IMAX theatre and entertaining suite with events terrace, while the building's Wellness Level is home to a 75-foot saline system sunlight-infused swimming pool, fitness center, and reservable private spa suite with sauna, steam room, whirlpool, cold plunge, waterfall showers, and massage beds.
Additional features include automated robotic parking and storage vaults with a private viewing room controllable by one's own smart phone device, as well as curated services like a full-time concierge, a doorman, and hand-delivered mail.
Moreover, the penthouse was designed by world-famous female architect Zaha Hadid, who has twice been awarded The Stirling Award, the most prestigious honor in architecture.
The building's overall design is extremely minimalist, as it contains sweeping white walls and an exterior made of glass.
The buyers – who wish to remain anonymous and plan to close the deal next week – will fork over a total of just about $13.5 million. The unit itself will close at $12.069 million, with the addition of $1.4 million for the purchase of two parking spots.
Must. Be. Nice.
The agent who brought in these lucky people is broker to the stars Phillip Salem from Compass.