The whirlwind romance between pop-singer Ariana Grande and SNL-star Pete Davidson reached new heights this week. The newly engaged duo reportedly moved into a $16 million condo at 520 West 28th Street, the High Line-strapping building designed by late starchitect Zaha Hadid. TMZ reported on Wednesday that the couple snagged a 4,000-square-foot five-bedroom in the futuristic West Chelsea apartment. While it’s not yet known whether they bought the multi-million dollar apartment or are just renting the unit, we know Pete likes Chelsea: Sources told 6sqft he’s been seen getting groceries at the Whole Foods in the neighborhood.
We learned that Ariana and Pete were shacking up after the singer posted a meme on Instagram with the caption “Us in our new apartment with no furniture 1 speaker and red vines.” According to US Weekly, the couple was spotted shopping for furniture together at NYC-favorite, Restoration Hardware, on Monday.
The spacious home features a setback terrace with Empire State Building views. The living room area also boasts incredible South- and North-facing views of the High Line. The kitchen features Gaggenau appliances, double dishwashers and refrigerators, steam oven and wine refrigerator.
Currently, the unit is designed with a four-bedroom layout but could be converted into a five-bedroom. There are four en-suite bathrooms, with the master bedroom having its own dressing room.
Amenities include a 75-foot saline swimming pool with lots of sunlight, a private IMAX theatre, fitness center, ad secure off-street entry through an automated garage. The young couple are not the only celebrities at the building. As 6sqft reported in April, Sting is also renting out a terraced apartment there.
- Sting is reportedly renting at Zaha Hadid’s High Line-hugging condo
- ‘Real Housewife’ Luann De Lesseps is selling her Hamptons home for $6.3M to move upstate
- Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards unloads Washington Square penthouse at a loss
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Neighborhoods : Chelsea