The Upper Manhattan apartment where former President Barack Obama crashed as a college student is back on the market for $1.45 million.
Obama, 59, lived in the three-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment at 622 West 114th St. when he was studying political science at Columbia University in the 1980s.
The Morningside Heights pad first hit the market in September for $1.475 million, according to StreetEasy. That’s almost the same price that the buyer paid in 2015, shelling out $1.44 million, according to property records.
The commander in chief isn’t the only notable former resident. Legendary filmmaker Cecil B. DeMille also once lived here, from 1906 to 1913, according to a plaque outside the landmarked, six-story building.
The renovated co-op, between Riverside Drive and Broadway, comes with a windowed, eat-in kitchen. The listing was first reported by People magazine.
The listing brokers are Scott Harris and Dean “Riley” Moody Jr., of Brown Harris Stevens.
Obama also lived in a third-story walk up at 142 West 109th St., while he was a Columbia undergrad, as The Post previously reported.