7 Famous Apartments You Can Actually Buy/Rent

Looking for your next apartment and have plenty of cash to squander? Then why not grab yourself an apartment made famous from the likes of TV shows or owned by celebrities, then pretend to live it large like a Hollywood A-lister. Here’s an idea: invite your mates round and play out scenes from your favorite episodes of the series the apartment was filmed in. Like the Monica Geller rant scene (you know, the Chandler in the Box episode). Oh yes, crazy fun to be had!

Check out the following famous apartments which are either sold, available to buy or have the option to rent if one is that way inclined.

1. Sex and the City’s Carrie Bradshaw’s NYC Apartment $9.85 Million


Whilst Carrie Bradshaw paid $750 per month… the apartment in real life went for $9.85 Million back in April this year.

With four stories and five bedrooms, I’m sure the current owners of 64 Perry Street, New York, are living the sex and the city dream.


2. 30 Rock Liz Lemons Apartment $2,000 -3,500 per month


The fictional apartment is actually in the place they said it would be 160 Riverside Drive in the Upper West Side which would cost you around $2,000 – 3,500 a month.


3. John Madden’s classic NYC apartment $3.9 Million


John Madden will be known to all fans of NFL and more the internet as a whole for his best-selling Madden NFL video game series.

This awesome 2,000 square foot two-bed apartment is also in the same building that John Lennon lived in and died in front of.


4. Mad Men – Don Drapers City Digs $769,000


In season 4 of Mad Men, Don Draper moves into his new city digs which according to fans is at 136 Waverly Place.

Whilst back in the 1960’s this apartment would have cost a few hundred per month.. it will now set you back $769,000 to purchase a one bedroom apartment.


5. Jerry Seinfeld’s Apartment – $574,550 (Approx based on Trulia.com)



Whilst Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment was meant to be New York, it was actually filmed in an apartment complex in Los Angeles.

757 New Hampshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, California was the building and the purchase cost is expected to be around $574,550 (Calculated from Trulia.com)


6. Friends : Monica Gellar’s Apartment $3,000 to $5,000 per month


As a pass me down from her Grandmother, the apartment was said to cost only $200 per month as it was rent controlled. This is highly possible as her Grandmother could have owned the apartment during the rent controlled period just before and after World War 2.

The actual building is on the corner of Grove and Bedford in Greenwhich village and would be available for rent in the range of $3,000 to $5,000 per month.


7. Will and Grace Will’s Apartment 155 Riverside Drive $2,500 $5,000 per month


Will’s apartment is spacious with 2 Bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. Checking out the similar apartments on Streeteasy, it would cost between $2,500 – $5,000 per month for a similar place in 155 Riverside Drive.

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