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Lincredible: NBA phenom leaves brother’s couch, takes White Plains sublet

February 14, 2012 05:30PM

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Knick Jeremy Lin and the Trump building in White Plains

Despite real estate attorney Edward Mermelstein’s recent offer of a free one-bedroom apartment, New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin has opted to move into two-bedroom apartment, which he’s subletting from former fellow Knick, David Lee, at a Trump Tower in downtown White Plains.

The basketball player, who’s recently been on a winning streak, will pay approximately $3,800 a month for an apartment in a 35-story building right off Main Street that’s also home to several other Knicks and Rangers players, the Daily News reported, marking the end of a two-month period spent on his brother’s couch.

The building, which is a 10-minute car ride from the Knicks practice courts in Greenburgh, N.Y., has a pool, spa gym and, of course, a basketball court. [NYDN]

  • Raging Realtor

    3800 per month for white plains? Is this a joke or knick on knick crime?

  • Raging Realtor

    I take it back. He did well.

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