Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers is moving downtown to New York's Chelsea neighborhood while he stars in Broadway's "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying."
New York's Chelsea neighborhood better prepare itself for a bunch of screaming tweens because Nick Jonas of the Jonas Brothers is moving into the downtown 'hood. According to The Wall Street Journal, the youngest of the three-brother boy band leased a $23,000-per-month (not bad for a nineteen-year-old) apartment that's owned by NHL player Scott Gomez and was once occupied by fashion designer Marc Jacobs. And, the celeb residents of this Chelsea spread doesn't stop there--Stephen Levinson, executive producer of Boardwalk Empire and Entourage, also rented the home, reports Curbed.
What does a nineteen-year-old pop star with $23,000 to burn every month get? Well, for starters the home is fully furnished and comes with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The pad is equipped with six televisions and a lighting and entertainment system controlled by an iPad, as well as a 120-inch high-def movie screen that drops down from the ceiling in the living room. Judging by all the high-tech gadgets throughout the swanky pad, we're thinking this penthouse is pretty much any guy's dream home, especially that of a nineteen-year-old.
Renting the downtown bachelor pad is fortuitous for Nick who reportedly ended his relationship with Aussie Delta Goodrem recently. We think this sweet crib will temper the blow of a broken heart (well, the six televisions sure can't hurt).