Take a Look Inside Zayn Malik's New $10 Million Bachelor Pad
That terrace will be perfect for summer parties.
Last week, Zayn Malik, 25, and Gigi Hadid, 22, confirmed that they had broken up after two and a half years of dating, sending the Internet into the biggest vicarious gloom since Chris Pratt and Anna Faris announced their split last summer.
At the moment, it seems like Malik is dealing with the split the same way any mid-twenties pop star with a reported net worth of $65 million would. He's gotten a few new tats, posted a bunch of shirtless photos to remind everyone he's still sexy, and bought himself a sweet $10 million bachelor pad in NYC.
Set in the trendy Soho neighborhood, his chic new property is an industrial 3,597-square-foot, four-bedroom penthouse with a 1,061-square-foot private terrace. You can take a look around his sleek solo man-cave below.
And if the breakup has got you down on love, you can restore your faith in relationships by reading about J-Lo and A-Rods Relationship Tips and How Hugh Jackman Keeps His 21-Year-Marriage Going Strong.
The Living Room
The penthouse is in a building that used to be a silk factory in the 1800s, so it has a lot of great industrial touches like vaulted ceilings, exposed brick, and high beams and columns.
The Dining Area
Located on Greene Street, the singer's new place is only a few blocks away from Gigi Hadid's own apartment on Bond street. Is that a sign that the lovebirds believe there's a chance to reunite?
Where all the magic, presumably, happens. And for more on celebrity cribs, here's a look inside Jennifer Aniston's Sumptuous L.A. home.
The Living Room (take two!)
According to reports, Malik had been in talks to buy the place since Valentines Day, but the deal didn't close until March 13th, the day he and Gigi announced their split.
The white oak flooring, marble finishes, and high-end kitchen appliances make the chef's kitchen look particularly elegant.
According to Streeteasy, the penthouse was on the market for 737 days. Its initial asking price was $12.95 million, but it eventually sold for $10.7 million.
One of the best features of the pad is the custom steel staircase that leads up to a sprawling private terrace with stunning views of the NYC skyline. Perfect for summer parties and first dates.
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