Rent Lady Gaga’s Former Stanton Street Apartment for $2,000 a Month

Posted on: September 11th, 2015 at 5:00 am by
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The front door of 176 Stanton Street remains a shrine for Little Monsters everywhere, for this was the onetime home of her majesty Lady Gaga (for three years, anyway). It’s been several years, but her former one-bedroom apartment (#4A) is again available for rent.

Naked Apartments has the listing for 176 Stanton Street. The unit comes equipped with “soaring 10-foot ceilings, open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, windowed bath with full TUB, recessed lighting and inlaid wood flooring throughout.” There is also a “skylight.” The whole shebang will cost you $2,000 in monthly rent for those bragging rights (plus, it’s rent stabilized).

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This unit was last on the market back in 2011 for $1,850. At the time, Anderson Cooper joined her on a visit to her old stomping ground for 60 Minutes segment.

This is the tenement where Lady Gaga (nay, Stefani Germanotta) wrote her breakout hit record, The Fame.

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60 Minutes, February 2011

[h/t Buzzfeed]

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