Rent Tyra Banks’s Massive Battery Park City Apartment for $50,000/Month

Posted On Wed, March 18, 2015 By

Posted On Wed, March 18, 2015 By In Battery Park City, Celebrities, Cool Listings

The listing doesn’t specify if you’ll have to walk the runway or strike a pose to be considered for the role of “America’s Next Top Tenant,” but if having Tyra Banks as your landlord sounds appealing, and if you have $50,000 a month to spare, be sure to check out the supermodel’s Battery Park City pad, which just hit the rental market, according to the Daily News.

The 7,000-square-foot Riverhouse condo was originally four separate units on the 22nd and 23rd floors, which Banks bought in 2009 for $10.3 million. In 2011, she angered neighbors with the “ear-rattling drilling” and paint fumes from the renovation, which lasted nine months longer than the expected completion date. Hopefully the new renter will be more in line with the low-key, eco lifestyle of the residence, which is known as the greenest residential building on the East Coast.

According to the listing, Banks’s palatial home has five bedrooms, eight bathrooms, oak panel flooring, a banquet table, chef’s kitchen, gym, office, mirrored dressing room, hair salon, and jaw-dropping views of the Hudson River and the Statue of Liberty. It can also come fully staffed with a house manager, cook, and complete housekeeping staff.

Earlier this year, Tyra listed her surprisingly unfashionable Nolita condo for $3.8 million. Her new talk show “The Fab” is set to hit the air in September, and it films in LA, likely the reason for Banks’s mass unloading of NYC real estate.

[Via Curbed via NYDN]

[Via CityRealty]

[Listing: 1 River Terrace, #22D by Adam D. Modlin of The Modlin Group]

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