Ice-T and Coco Finally Sell North Bergen Condo

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Lesson: featuring a property on a mildly successful reality show will not necessarily make it easier to sell. Rapper-turned-actor Ice-T and his model-turned-reality star wife Coco have had a very tough time unloading their 2,000 square-foot penthouse condo in New Bergen.

The couple originally purchased the home in 2005 for $1.5 million and reportedly spent $300,000 on upgrades over the past decade. The property was extensively featured on their E! reality show “Ice Loves Coco,” which ran for three seasons.


ice t and coco penthouse 4Then last year, they listed the two-bedroom condo, located in the Mirabelle On The Hudson Complex overlooking Manhattan, for $1.2 million.

As we reported this past April, they then had to slash the price to $1.098 million. But it wasn’t until yet another price drop that the two were finally able to find a buyer. Now listed at $888,000, the home finally has a pending offer, though it comes with digesting a massive loss.


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The completely custom unit comes with black onyx kitchen countertops, Brazilian cherry hardwood floors, a marble master bathroom, two private balconies, a terrace, and a custom aquarium.

Ice and Coco seem to be shrugging off the loss. They’ve already settled into their new home, a 4-story contemporary house in Edgewater (also containing an aquarium).

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