Trevor Noah Is Renting a Modern New York Condo for $15,000 a Month

The Daily Show’s Trevor Noah is renting a two-bedroom apartment in New York’s Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood for $15,000 a month, reports The Real Deal. The South African native, who previously lived on the Upper West Side, will now have a much shorter commute to work—The Daily Show films in the area, near the Theater District, Times Square, and Columbus Circle. Noah’s new digs offer 2,000 square feet of living space with high ceilings, exposed columns, hand-laid oak flooring, a chef’s kitchen, and Hudson River views. The building itself was designed in 1927 by architect Ralph Walker and includes a variety of luxurious amenities, such as a fitness center, garden, media room, and full-time doorman.


By Jennifer Tzeses, Architectural Digest

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