Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez eye
432 Park pad

New York /
Oct.October 13, 2017 06:00 PM

Jennifer Lopez and Alex Rodriguez are shopping for the high life.

The celebrity couple were repeatedly spotted touring an apartment on an upper floor in the supertall 432 Park Avenue.

“They have been at the building four times,” a broker told the New York Post.

The source told the Post that they are consider a four-bedroom, half-floor unit. According to StreetEasy, the only four-bedroom available is unit 56A, which is currently being offered at a $69,500 a month rental.

Lopez might be considering a move because her 9-year-old recently transferred to a Catholic school on the Upper East Side. Lopez already listed her NoMad penthouse for $27 million.

“Living in Midtown would be much more convenient for them,” a source said. “But it is far from a done deal — there is no contract out on the apartment yet.” [NYP]Christopher Cameron


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