You can now rent Eli Manning’s swanky New Jersey condo for $18,000 a month

The three-bedroom condo is laid out to maximize city views

TRD New York /
Apr.April 09, 2016 10:00 AM

Eli Manning, quarterback of the New York Giants, has put his New Jersey digs up for rent for $18,000 a month. The 3,500-square-foot condo has been up for sale since May 2015, with a listing price of $5.2 million, but it has just recently become available to rent.

It’s a triple unit with stunning Hudson River views, a playroom, and an office, all in one of Hoboken’s most luxurious buildings, the Hudson Tea Building.

Manning is heading out after eight years at this home because he needs a bigger place for his family, according to a representative from real-estate broker Douglas Elliman.

The condo is listed with Lisa Poggi of the Sroka Worldwide Team of Douglas Elliman. Take a look inside the famous quarterback’s quarters below:

The view across the Hudson River from the Hoboken condo offers a picture-perfect shot of the iconic Empire State Building.

 

The three-bedroom, triple-unit condo is laid out to maximize the view windows.

 

A spacious kitchen includes a booth-style breakfast table.

 

Exposed brick and wood ceilings add a rustic feel to the otherwise contemporary condo. There are oak floors throughout.

 

The playroom has high ceilings and bright touches. Manning and his wife have three daughters — their youngest is just over a year old.

 

Here’s one of the bedrooms. The huge windows allow in plenty of light.

 

The master bedroom is done up in neutral tones — a soothing place to rest your head after an intense day on the field.

 

The waterfront views from the living room are idyllic.

 

The unit, one of the most expensive listings in Hoboken, has three bathrooms.

 

Another shot of the bright, airy kitchen with limestone countertops.

 

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