Three-time U.S. National Figure Skating
champion John G. “Johnny” Weir is making the move from New Jersey
According to the New York Post,
Weir just closed on a $1.1 million midtown apartment within walking
distance of the New York Public Library.
The one-bedroom condo originally listed
for $1,235,000. It features teak hardwood floors, an open gourmet
kitchen, and a lavishly appointed bath with soaking tub and limestone
floor, according to real estate website StreetEasy.com.
Amenities at Twenty9th Park Madison
include 24-hour concierge, a state-of-the-art fitness center, a yoga
room and a beautiful roof-top lounge that offers stunning panoramic
views of the Manhattan skyline.
Weir, who currently lives in New
Jersey, has already started filming the second season of his
over-the-top reality series Be Good Johnny Weir, which will be
broadcast on gay cabler Logo later this year. The show's first
season aired on the Sundance Channel.
The 26-year-old entertainer with a
knack for being flamboyant recently pitched
his new tell-all memoir Welcome
to my World
on cabler Headline News' Joy