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  • Lance Bass Apartment For Sale

    Lance Bass, a former performer in the boy band 'N SYNC, is selling his 1,344-square ft. condo in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York City. The one-bedroom, two-bathroom property is listed for $2.225 million. Bass performed for six months in Broadway's "Hairspray" and has lent his voice to animated pieces. A LGBT rights advocate, he has a Sirius radio show called "Dirty Pop With Lance Bass."
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  • Lance Bass Apartment For Sale

    The bedroom of the singer's luxury loft is said to have "oversized windows" and beautiful custom cabinetry."
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  • Lance Bass Apartment For Sale

    The apartment's listing states, "The stunning open chef's kitchen is equipped with top of the line appliances offers abundant storage and an eat-in breakfast counter."
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  • Lance Bass Apartment For Sale

    One of the two bathrooms in the apartment that the singer is selling.
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  • Lance Bass Apartment For Sale

    The apartment, in the uber-trendy Chelsea Mercantile building in Manhattan, has "a luxurious master bath is outfitted with Waterworks fixtures and an adjacent dressing area," the listing states.
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