Lindsay Lohan picks up Greenwich Village pad

New York /
Aug.August 07, 2013 03:30 PM

Lindsay Lohan moved into a Greenwich Village apartment Tuesday, the Daily Mail reported. The move, which follows a three-month stint in court-ordered rehab, landed the troubled star in a six-story walkup at 176 Thompson Street, according to the Daily Mail and Real Estalker.

The apartment also comes with a live-in coach who will help Lohan stay on the straight and narrow, the Daily Mail said.

Rents in the building run just under $2,600 per month for an unfurnished one bedroom, and $2,800 to 3,500 for a lower-level two-bedroom pad, according to Real Estalker.

Lohan, who had been set to travel to Europe before making the change to more permanent digs in New York City, reportedly scrapped her plans after an extended conversation with Oprah Winfrey. The actress recently appeared in “The Canyons,” directed by Paul Schrader. [Daily Mail] and [Real Estalker] Julie Strickland


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