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Rihanna eyes $18M Tribeca listing

Pop star reportedly interested in full-floor apartment at One York
August 28, 2014 09:00AM

Rihanna is scoping out a not-so-hopeless place.

The pop star reportedly visited an $18 million listing at the Enrique Norten-designed One York, a downtown luxury condominium on the border of Soho and Tribeca.

According to the New York Post, Rihanna visited the 10th floor of the building. The entire 10th floor — currently made up of three apartments — is listed with Urban Compass’ James Cox.

After renovations that will configure the three apartments into one unit, the home will total 5,350 square feet and have four bedrooms.

Rihanna wouldn’t be the only high-profile resident at the building. Nightclub impresario Michael Hirtenstein and author Emily Stone also live at One York. [NYP, 1st] — Claire Moses 

  • Jonathan Doe

    I had the misfortune of working at this greedy, ruthless start-up (Urban Compass) so I can give you the details that everyone is squirming for. They are getting lots of investor funding so they have now started to offer base salaries and high commission splits to top sales agents from Corcoran, Halstead, and Elliman (that’s the secret!). Once they nab (steal) these agents they drop other agents that are making less (example: their original hardworking rental agents). They are basically ruthless users and each month they crank out their excel spread sheets and fire a bunch of their agents to make room for their new cash cows.