Jennifer Lawrence Could Be Your Landlord (for $27,500 a Month)

Bonus: the spacious apartment also comes with some pretty famous neighbors.

 Inside Jennifer Lawrence's Tribeca Apartment - open floor dining/living space

photography by TRULIA


For $27,500 a month, you can get Jennifer Lawrence’s apartment and a slew of A-list neighbors. The Oscar-winning actress, who is currently in London filming the upcoming spy thriller Red Sparrow, is renting out her Tribeca condo.

Lawrence initially bought the three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom property in early January for just over $9 million. The 3,184-square-foot apartment’s modern and light-filled luxury interior is a far cry from the more traditional home she put on the market in late 2016.

Inside Jennifer Lawrence's Tribeca Apartment - kitchen

photography by TRULIA


Besides the elevator that opens directly into a gallery, the decor of the apartment is relatively simple and understated. White oak floors and reclaimed wood accents—such as the gorgeous floor-to-ceiling wooden beams that separate the living room from the kitchen— end a rustic feel.

The connected living-dining area is bright and perfect for entertaining, thanks to the 10-foot ceilings that heighten the room and give the illusion of added space. The condo also comes with a full chef’s kitchen, gas fireplace, and a master suite that features an en-suite spa-like marble bathroom.

 Inside Jennifer Lawrence's Tribeca Apartment - master en-suite bathroom

photography by TRULIA


But despite all that, another major draw to the place is the building itself. Not only does it come with all the luxe amenities one would ever need, like a 71-foot indoor pool, Turkish bath, and 5,000-square-foot landscaped roof deck, but according to the building’s developer, most of its residents bear household names.

Technically, for nearly $30,000 a month, you get more than just a living place: You get to call the likes of Justin Timberlake, Blake Lively, Ryan Reynolds, and Harry Styles your neighbors. 

Published on May 23, 2017 - 11:00am EDT

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