Lady Gaga’s Former Lower East Side Apartment is Back on the Market

Posted on: March 3rd, 2021 at 5:02 am by

176 Stanton file photo

The Lower East Side apartment formerly inhabited by Lady Gaga before she was famous is again available for rent.

The one-bedroom abode at 176 Stanton Street (#4A) is currently listed for $2,000 per month via StreetEasy, and has been on the market for about thirty-five days.

And the broker babble was recycled from past listings. It comes equipped with “soaring 10-foot ceilings, open kitchen with stainless steel appliances, windowed bath with full TUB, recessed lighting and inlaid wood flooring throughout.”

The unit was previously on the market back in 2015 for $2,000; and also in 2011 for $1,850 around the time Anderson Cooper joined her on a visit for a 60 Minutes segment.

Meanwhile, the front door of 176 Stanton Street remains a shrine for Little Monsters everywhere. It’s not uncommon to see scrawls dedicated to Lady Gaga. After all, this is the tenement where Stefani Germanotta wrote her breakout hit record, The Fame.

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