Six months after $6M buy, supermodel Irina Shayk lists 150 Charles condo as a $20,000 rental

Posted On Thu, August 25, 2016 By

Posted On Thu, August 25, 2016 By In Celebrities, Cool Listings, West Village 

When Sports Illustrated supermodel Irina Shayk bought a $6 million condo at celebrity favorite 150 Charles Street back in February, it was rumored that she’d be shacking up there with boyfriend Bradley Cooper. But it looks like she was getting in on the investment game; only six months later she’s put the two-bedroom spread on the rental market for $20,000 a month.

The Observer reports that Shayk never even moved in to the West Village building, where Ben Stiller, Jon Bon Jovi, and fashion photographer Steven Klein have also purchased units. This could be because she’s still living at her other West Village condo at 166 Perry Street, which she listed last December for $4 million. Regardless, the new tenant of this sleek abode will be in good company.

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The 1,987-square-foot unit is the only two-bedroom in the building ,and it comes with a 452-square-foot private terrace. There’s 10.5-foot walls with massive, floor-to-ceiling windows all throughout.

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The dining room opens to the chef’s kitchen with its Alabama white marble counters, walnut cabinetry, and built-in wine fridge.

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The master suite is quite luxurious, boasting a separate dressing area, three closets, and an en-suite bath clad in white marble with a double vanity and radiant heated floors.

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Amenities in the swanky building include include 40,000 square feet of private outdoor space, a covered driveway with full-service garage, a professional spa with a 75-foot lap pool, and a 3,000-square-foot fitness center complete with yoga studio, plunge pool, dry sauna, and a juice bar.

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Shayk’s quick flip make sense, as Curbed notes, since she once told Vanity Fair, “…real estate in New York is growing day by day, especially in areas in the West Village and uptown. So I prefer to invest my money in real estate because you can never go wrong with that.”

[Listing: 150 Charles Street, 5CS by Jaqueline Teplitzky, Adrian Radomski, Christian Benites, and Geraldine Dayan of Douglas Elliman]

[Via CityRealty.com]

[Via NYO]

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