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Neighbors with Zoolander: The Rich and Famous Flock to 150 Charles Street

150 Charles Street seems to be turning into quite the celebrity residential magnet—most recently Ben Stiller and wife Christine Taylor—who bought the home after selling their Upper West Side digs. The couple spent just over $15 million for the 4-bedroom 4.5-bath at 150 Charles Street, where they will live alongside their two children.

Latest Celebrity Rental Listings

We’ve compiled the latest celebrity rental listings, including Vanessa Carlton’s precious NoHo loft, Daniel Radcliffe’s condo, and Versace’s pricey Upper East Side townhouse.

Update: Dock Street Site In DUMBO

Big news in Brooklyn: Two Trees Management Company began building on the Dock Street site in DUMBO. This building had received plentiful opposition because it will be blocking views of the Brooklyn Bridge. Celebrities even chimed into the decided opposition with protesters including, Helen Hunt, Gabriel Byrne, Gary Sinise, Ana Gasteyer, and more. Surviving this opposition, the Dock Street mixed-use building is currently ascending into the rendering that was released late last year.

New York Yankee Ichiro Suzuki Moves to Harlem

New York Yankee Ichiro Suzuki Moves to Harlem

If you’ve ever had doubts about how good the luxury residential options available in Harlem are, then this celebrity endorsement of the neighborhood should be able to put your mind at ease. Baseball star Ichiro Suzuki is going to be the newest resident of this historic neighborhood: according to The New York Post, the Yankees outfielder has decided to rent the fantastic six-bedroom penthouse at 111 Central Park North for $23,500 per month.

In New York City, Even the Politicians Rent

Anthony Weiner is one of many New York politicians who rent in the city

For a city that’s known for its sheer number of renters, it’s good to know that some of New York City’s most powerful citizens are living in the city as tenants as well. From mayoral hopefuls to sitting Congressmen, there are a number of politicians in New York who are choosing to rent an apartment, instead of buying one. Some of these apartments are rent-stabilized, and others are condominium residences—our politicians seem to be very particular on where they rent in the city.

New Yorkers Rent With the Stars

One of the perks to living in New York City, besides the bagels and the halal carts, is that sooner or later, one is bound to run into some famous celebrity out and about in the city. Some lucky New Yorkers have stumbled onto a movie set in Midtown West and met one of the stars of “Ocean’s Eleven,” while others have been flabbergasted to realize that they have been shopping alongside a “real housewife” in a trendy Manhattan store on Fifth Avenue. But there are some among us who haven’t yet seen a star in the city yet. So, if you are a New York City resident who hasn’t had a chance celebrity encounter to share with friends yet, we have a suggestion to help you in your star quest.