Supermodel Miranda Kerr put her posh Manhattan apartment up for sale this week. As the new wife of fellow A-lister, Orlando Bloom, she’s relocating to LA and leaving the big apple behind. The new couple is prepping for the arrival of their first child, due in a few months.
Of of this lovenesting is going to make some New Yorker very happy. Her apartment is in the centrally-located Flatiron district, about halfway between hipsterville (the Lower East Side) and midtown’s most luxurious shopping. Given that the average cost of a Manhattan apartment is around a million dollars, Kerr’s asking price of $1.35 million seems imminently reasonable, especially since the previous owner purchased the apartment for $2.75 million in 2007.
The 904 square foot apartment isn’t gigantic, but it has a lot of fabulous design features that make it interesting. It’s on the tenth floor, and well-appointed in a corner, which means loads of windows. According to the listing, it also includes “a central pod, a glossy free-standing cube in the center of the apartment that contains an efficiency kitchen and bathroom.” This is an interesting, space-saving feature that many city dwellers will envy. Plus, it has floor to ceiling mirrors, so even if you’re not a supermodel, you can stage your own private runway show.