Prince Rogers Nelson died April 21 at Paisley Park Studios, his estate and studio in Chanhassen, Minnesota, outside Minneapolis.
Named after the Prince song “Paisley Park” and the now-defunct record label, the production complex features recording studios, a nightclub, rehearsal space, offices, and private space for the award-winning musician.
Prince spent a majority of his time at the $10 million, 65,000-square-foot space, but he didn’t always live there.
The estate could now become a museum, according to Prince’s brother-in-law Maurice Phillips.
Though Prince was notoriously secretive about the mansion, these photos offer a glimpse into Prince’s creative hub:
The front lobby features second-floor balconies and clouds painted on the walls, as well as pyramidal skylights. Prince's Love Symbol #2 glyph is featured prominently on the floor.
The first floor features many production spaces, including recording studios, a sound stage, and a rehearsal hall.
The second floor features executive offices and private quarters. There is also a vault, which holds Prince's famous stockpile of unreleased music and master recordings.
Prince even had a private nightclub that features a dance floor, TVs, and projectors. The room can reportedly hold 1,000 guests.
In the wake of Prince's death, fans have turned Paisley Park, renowned in Minneapolis and its outskirts, into a memorial for the musician.
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