Rent Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis’ former Meatpacking love nest for $13.5K/month
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Rent Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis’ former Meatpacking love nest for $13.5K/month

March 22, 2018

Though the couple sold the Meatpacking pad at 66 Ninth Avenue for $3.8 million in 2015 and acquired a stately Clinton Hill mansion, this corner two-bedroom loft in the Porter House condominium is just as lovely at its new rental price of $13,500 a month, as the Post reports. The then-engaged couple (they’re married now) sold the home in just five months.

In addition to two bedrooms, the condo offers two-and-a-half bathrooms, big windows, hardwood floors and new appliances.

Other notable features of the loft include 12-foot ceilings and the aforementioned oversized windows that face Chelsea Market and the bustling street below. The open kitchen is outfitted with Viking appliances, custom Italian cabinets, and a double pantry.

A corner master bedroom offers a large walk-in closet and a marble bath with double vanity and tub.

The building, converted to condos in 2003 by SHoP Architects, has been a celebrity favorite ever since; notable neighbors have included Glenn Beck, Jason Reitman, Trey Parker and Molly Shannon.

[Via NYP]

[Listing: 66 9th Avenue #2W by Tyler Whitman for Triplemint]

[At CityRealty]


Images courtesy of Triplemint.

Photos of Olivia Wilde via Wiki Commons and Jason Sudeikis via Wiki Commons

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