Gigi Hadid’s Boyfriend Moves into One Manhattan Square

Posted on: October 3rd, 2019 at 5:08 am by

One Manhattan Square has its first pseudo-celebrity tenant. Bachelorette runner-up, Tyler Cameron.

Earlier this week, the roll of gossip rags revealed that model Gigi Hadid’s flame recently moved into a “luxury high-rise” on the Lower East Side. And that he said “goodbye futon” in order to live in the sky.

Said high-rise is none other than the 80-story Goliath on South Street, as revealed in Cameron’s posts to Instagram. The shot below clearly gives away the location, with the Manhattan Bridge span and Monroe Street visible at bottom right.

He’s apparently rooming with longtime friend Matt James, so it’s unclear whether the 26-year-old Hadid beaux bought the joint or simply rents.

As previously reported, Extell’s One Manhattan Square is essentially a bust. Property records show that, of the 815-unit total, Extell shifted a paltry 194 apartments for a total of $332.4 million since sales launched in 2016. There are currently 76 active listings on StreetEasy, including a $13.2 million penthouse marked as in-contract. Desperate measures to attract buyers are now par, including an earlier promotion of ten years of common charges covered and announcing a rent-to-buy program.

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Got a new apartment so I’m acting brand new

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