Lady Gaga’s old Lower East Side apartment is on the market once again. This time around, the rent-stabilized pad at 176 Stanton Street is going for a very reasonable $2,000 a month. In addition to its obvious star cachet, the unit offers a sizable bedroom with two windows, a kitchenette with new appliances, french doors, a bathroom with a full tub (ooh la la), and the place has even got a skylight. Okay, so it’s not quite as glam as the pop star, but we’ve definitely seen worse for this price.
Gaga lived in the apartment for three years, only leaving because she was basically catapulted to celebdom with the debut of her album “The Fame”—which was, incidentally, written in this apartment. Today, Gaga counts her millions of dollars from a $22,000/month perch above Central Park South.
However, the girl hasn’t forgotten her roots. Back in 2011, the songstress revisited her old digs with Anderson Cooper in a segment for “60 Minutes” and things got pretty emotional. Watch it here:
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Neighborhoods : Lower East Side