Rent Lady Gaga’s Former Residence at 176 Stanton

Posted on: November 18th, 2011 at 6:41 am by

The former abode of Lady Gaga is already interwoven in the fabric of Lower East Side lore. It’s pretty much common knowledge at this point, thanks to some national exposure by 60 Minutes last January, that Stefani Germanotta once lived at 176 Stanton Street in the years before hitting the big time. As such, the nondescript tenement building between Clinton and Attorney has become somewhat of a tourist attraction for Little Monsters who pilgrimage to the ‘hood.

Now Citi-Habitats is naturally cashing in on the music royalty of 176 Stanton Street. The real estate brokerage claims that Lady Gaga’s former one-bedroom apartment is currently up for grabs. It’ll set you back $1,850 per month. Here’s the listing:

Phenominal 1br in the LES!! Former abode of the infamous Lady Gaga–legitimately! Sporting french doors, a marble bath, and a spacious floor-plan, you’re a hop-skip-n-jump from the trains and steps from the hottest nightlife in NYC.

Just know that your buzzer could likely ring ad-nauseum while living here; or Anderson Cooper could show up at your doorstep again…

[via Jezebel]

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