In appreciation for his fan’s support, Prince held a special dance party at Paisley Park Saturday night.
He showed off a purple Yamaha piano on which he played an elegant version of “Chopsticks."
It would be the last time fans would see the iconic performer.
An autopsy is underway and more information regarding Prince’s health is being gathered, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune. And what becomes of Paisley Park, the 9-acre, $10 million production complex and home Prince had built in 1986?
It includes a sound stage, Prince’s private office and a vault with hundreds of the artist’s recordings. Prince had recorded nearly 30 albums at the studio. The large glass pyramid atop one part of the building glowed purple when Prince stayed there.
Prince’s office featured stained-glass doors, three beds -- king size, round and day -- with a mirror over the king, and a large desk, according to Time.
Real estate agent Eric Stafford, of Coldwell Banker Burnet in Chanhassen, told Realtor.com the property, could be turned into a museum, or shrine, to the singer.
Prince also owns two other properties in Minnesota including a 149-acre parcel with lakefront land, according to Realtor.com. That property could be donated to the government or a university for park land, Stafford told Realtor.com.
Barry Berg, a real estate agent with the Berg Larsen Group of Coldwell Banker Burnet, told Realtor.com something else could be done with the complex, which looks out-of-place in the upscale suburb.
“Someone might buy this, knock it down and build houses,” Berg told Realtor.com.
Staff made their way to work at Paisley Park Friday morning. Some fans also were out front visiting memorials set up outside the complex.