Are Ariana Grande & Pete Davidson Living In This Sleek Zaha Hadid Building?

published Jun 20, 2018
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It’s been a whirlwind romance for pop star Ariana Grande and SNL’s Pete Davidson. The young couple have only been public with their relationship since late May, and now the two are engaged and reportedly living together. Where, you ask? The luxe Chelsea high-rise designed by none other than Zaha Hadid.

TMZ reported Wednesday that the pair have moved into a five bedroom, four and a half bath unit in the new residential building worth $16 million. After Ariana’s $93K engagement ring, there’s no reason to skimp on their pad.

While no specific listing is named by TMZ’s sources, NYC real estate website StreetEasy surmises it’s a “sponsor unit” on the 17th floor that came off the market just nine days ago—a timeline that fits with Ariana’s Insta Story about moving in together last weekend (she posted a Spongebob meme).

For those unfamiliar with the term, a sponsor unit is a residence that has been owned by the developer or original owner that is for sale for the first time. There are usually special terms for purchasing a sponsor unit, like the ability to bypass a co-op board, or have the potential for a lower down payment, among other things.

StreetEasy guesses the couple might be renting the unit—located directly over the High Line in Chelsea—which features a 1,361 square foot terrace with views of the Empire State Building. Grande and Davidson could potentially run into their new neighbor, Sting, in the building’s private IMAX theater, or on the “wellness level” which boasts a “75-foot saline system sunlight-infused swimming pool, fitness center, reservable private spa suite with sauna, steam room, whirlpool, cold plunge, waterfall showers and massage beds.”

Best of luck to the lovebirds and their brand new nest.