Victoria’s Secret angel lists Tribeca co-op for $1.1M

Elsa Hosk paid $535K for the one-bedroom unit in 2011

New York /
Mar.March 16, 2017 12:30 PM

Victoria’s Secret angel Elsa Hosk is asking $1.1 million for her Tribeca walk-up co-op.

Hosk paid $535,00 for the one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit at 184 Franklin Street in 2011, the New York Post reported.

The apartment is a fifth-floor walk-up and has two skylights and 12-foot ceilings, according to the listing. It also comes with private storage in the basement. The new owner may have the opportunity to buy “roof rights” for a outdoor terrace, but the listing makes clear it is a “potential and not a guarantee.”

Douglas Elliman’s TRData LogoTINY John Piccinich has the listing.

Hosk became a Victoria’s Secret angel in 2015, and was previously a professional basketball player in her home country of Sweden.

In December, fellow angel Adriana Lima listed her two-bedroom pad at The Metropolitan Tower On West 57th Street for $4.8 million. [NYP]Miriam Hall


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