Rocker Bono has sold his 2,322-square-foot cooperative unit in Manhattan’s El Dorado building for $4,900,000. The New York Observer’s Max Abelson broke the story today of what public records indeed confirm: that a deed was filed with the city late this morning revealing that Bono (shown here with Helena Christensen and Penelope Cruz) finally has unloaded his longtime unit in the El Dorado, which is at 300 Central Park West. Bono long has wanted out of the El Dorado because he now owns Steve Jobs’ former unit in the San Remo building just down the block, at 145 and 146 Central Park West. Abelson reported that Bono had purchased the unit in the El Dorado for $3.4 million. He purchased the approximately 3,500-square-foot San Remo unit from Jobs in 2003 for about $14.5 million. Features in Bono’s El Dorado apartment include two petite bedrooms, a nicer-sized master suite and a 320-square-foot terrace and living room that face Central Park. Bono now leaves behind many other well-known El Dorado residents, including Moby, who has been trying to sell his place in the building, and actor Alec Baldwin.