If you have a cool $16K per month, you can rent the star's NYC pad.
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Grace purchased the two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment—which occupies an entire floor of the four-story building and opens directly to an elevator—in 2006.
The rustic condo features pressed tin ceilings, original wood flooring, and exposed brick walls throughout the space.
The home also includes a chef’s kitchen (with several built-in storage cabinets) and a retro-style breakfast bar.
The master suite is nestled on the opposite side of the apartment’s living room for quiet nights in bed, but is conveniently next to the kitchen for easy late-night pantry access!
An industrial-chic poured-concrete bathroom is connected to the master bedroom as well as a well as a huge walk-in closet.