Bruce Willis has sold his three-bedroom apartment in New York City for close to $13 million. The actor has completed with a buyer for the twin-towered building at 300 Central Park West and closed on the deal on a sum very near the listing price. The sale was confirmed by real estate broker Royce Pinkwater in a now-deleted Twitter post. Her tweet read: "We are happy to confirm that yesterday we closed the sale on Bruce Willis' apartment at 300 CPW. (sic)" Before Bruce owned the apartment it once belonged to U2 bassist Adam Clayton. The 'Die Hard' star and his wife bought a different home in New York City in February. The couple paid $17 million for the property in February and made the decision to move out of their Central Park West home because they wanted more space for their two daughters.