The Strokes’ Guitarist can be Your Landlord for $6,750 Per Month on the Bowery

Posted on: October 4th, 2019 at 5:00 am by

354 Broome St. from the Bowery

The Strokes’ lead guitarist, Albert Hammond Jr., can be your landlord! He is now looking for someone to rent his Lower East Side studio.

The third-floor abode, located just off the Bowery at 354 Broome Street, hit the market this week for $6,750 per month.

The 1,033 square-foot studio loft is unique in that it boasts two bathrooms with heated floors, an open bedroom alcove with built-in dresser, and walk-in closet.

Albert Hammond Jr. purchased the apartment back in 2012 for $1.25 million from Victoria’s Secret model Maryna Linchuk.

The loft building at 354 Broome has been a popular party draw amongst the entertainment elite in recent years. Fiona Apple and artist Ryan McGinnis also owned here.

 

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