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Musicians of Tribeca: The City’s Hottest ‘Hood for Pop Stars

By Heather Cooper Vivares and Amanda Cozens, Tue, May 26, 2015

Tribeca Musicians

Though Tribeca has long been considered a haven for artists, this tends to refer to those in the visual arts, thanks to the neighborhood’s chill vibes and spacious loft apartments. But over the last two decades, some of the world’s most famous pop musicians have been gobbling up real estate on its cobblestone streets. From Katy Perry and Taylor Swift to Chris Martin and Justin Timberlake, the hit makers can’t get enough of Tribeca.

Take a celebrity musician tour of Tribeca

Cool Listings, Interiors, Upper East Side

320 East 72nd Street, Maria Gabriela Brito, P. Diddy’s designer, Gwynethe Paltrow’s designer

Who needs lifestyle tips from Goop when you can live like Gwyneth Paltrow instead? That’s right. 320 East 72nd Street has an apartment designed by Maria Gabriela Brito, self-proclaimed luxury lifestyle consultant with a Rolodex full of clients like P. Diddy and Gwyneth. The colorful Lenox Hill apartment is not afraid to show its fun side, and it’s now on the market, asking $3.795 million. The Brazilian-inspired design is definitely not for the faint of heart, but Brito anchors the vibrant accents with a neutral backdrop, creating a lively yet sophisticated space.

Take a look inside, here

Celebrities, Interiors, Midtown West, Recent Sales

Deepak Chopra, 230 West 56th Street, Park Imperial, Deepak Chopra apartment, Deepak Chopra apartment interior, Deepak Chopra bedroom

Deepak Chopra has finally been able to free himself of the mediocre, non-wellness oriented piece of real estate he once called home. After spending $14.5 million on a Greenwich Village apartment built for a hypochondriac – the space has antimicrobial coating on high-touch surfaces and EMF shielding to protect residents from electromagnetic fields – he has finally managed to get rid of the germ-soaked two-bedroom unit his lesser-evolved self once appreciated.

Take a look inside the Park Imperial Pad here

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