The Doomed Abode of 'DJ AM' Goldstein

DJ AM Goldstein's apartment
DJ AM Goldstein's apartment

The New York home of the late celebrity turntablist Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein is on the market for $1.795 million.

"This stunning corner unit located at 210 Lafayette in the Soho/Nolita area is filled with sunlight and open city views," says the web site of Pru Douglas Elliman broker Jared Seligman. There's only one problem: its tragic past.

Goldstein, who at one time dated Nicole Richie and Mandy Moore, died of an overdose in the apartment. He was discovered on August 28 in bed, shirtless and face down with an OxyContin pill still in his mouth, and a combination of cocaine, Oxycodone, Vicodin, Ativan, Klonopin, Xanax, Benadryl and Levamisole in his gut, CNN reported.

What's more, the previous occupant of the apartment, Lou Marinelli, a co-owner of the Chelsea club Crobar, also met an untimely death after a motorcycle accident, reported the Observer.