Still mourning the loss of music's most glamorous rock icon? If you happen to have deep pockets, we've got some good news. David Bowie's former New York City apartment, located along Central Park South, is back on the market. While the $6.5 million property, located in the famous Essex House building, is worth it for the stunning views and luxe amenities, we'd consider dropping that much dough just for the musician's own piano, which is included in the asking price. Though Bowie and his wife, Iman, moved out in 2002, the couple lived there for 10 years - enough time to make this little (1,877-square-foot actually) condo a piece of history. Click through for an inside look!

[Photos via Corcoran]