“Jersey Shore” star Vinny buys in Hudson Square

Guadagnino picked up $4M apartment at 570 Broome Street condos

Vincent Guadagnino and 570 Broome Street (Getty Images, 570 Broome)
Vincent Guadagnino and 570 Broome Street (Getty Images, 570 Broome)

How many t-shirts do you have to sell to buy a $4 million apartment?

Vincent Guadagnino, a Staten Island native who rose to fame as a cast member on MTV’s “Jersey Shore,” paid $3.435 million for unit 22A at 570 Broome Street, according to public records.

The deed for the apartment is dated May 13, the same day the former Shore Store employee posted a photo of himself in an empty downtown apartment, captioned “Out here making a mockery, got my realtor out here playin monopoly.” Guadagnino appears to be hopping neighborhoods, as he posted on his Instagram Stories in late 2021 about a move to Tribeca.

Guadagnino could not be reached for comment.

The 54-unit condominium by Turkish-American developer Murat Agirnasli doesn’t appear to offer tanning services in line with the gym, tan, laundry routine made popular by the “Jersey Shore” crew. The building does, however, have a fitness center complete with a yoga studio and a private lounge that opens onto an outdoor terrace.

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The deal comes after Guadagnino sold his Hollywood Hills home in September for $3.8 million less than one year after he picked up the 2,685-square-foot property, People reported. Property records reported by the New York Post showed he paid $3.5 million for the home in November 2020, and threw in an additional $15,000 to seal the deal.

Guadagnino isn’t the only one of his castmates making real estate moves.

Last year, Nicole “Snooki” Polizzi sold her 4,792-square-foot New Jersey beach home for $740,000. That’s twice what she and her husband Jionni LaValle paid for it in November 2015. The home was featured in the 2016 reality show “Nicole & Jionni’s Shore Flip,” where the concept of the show involved the couple flipping a home, the two held onto it for five years.

The Seaside Heights house that served as a backdrop for four out of the show’s six seasons hit the market in 2019, available for rent at $3,000 a night for eager fans.