Tyler Camerons Incredible NYC Bachelor Pad Is $7k Per Month
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Tyler Cameron‘s not crying a river over Gigi Hadid following their break-up … thanks to a soft landing in a new high-rise apartment that looks a lot like bachelor heaven.
We’re told the ex-‘Bachelorette’ star moved into the swanky One Manhattan Square downtown NYC luxury condos … a brand-new, 847-foot-tall tower with 72 floors that offer sweeping skyline views. And, that’s just the beginning.
It’s easy to see why Tyler went berserk after moving in … the building offers world-class amenities: a bowling alley, cigar room, adult tree house, 75-foot swimming pool, 24-hour doorman/concierge, dry cleaning, valet, wine room, theater room and golf simulator. Siiiiiiick.
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Tyler — who BTW told GQ he compares his basketball game to LeBron James‘ (um, OK?) — can keep hoopin‘ … ’cause the building also offers a full basketball court on the premises.
We’re told Tyler’s moved into a 2-bedroom, 2-bathroom pad that goes between $7k and $7,300 … depending on the size and layout. His roommate is former NFL player Matt James, who now works at a commercial real estate firm. For the record, he’s easy on the eyes too.
Aaaanywho … must be nice to be able to say Hannah B. and Gigi who???
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