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It Costs This Much To Rent Ivanka’s New York Pad

After her big move to Washington, D.C., Ivanka Trump is looking to rent one of her apartments in New York City. And you could live in the first daughter’s digs – if you’ve got $13,000 a month to shell out in rent.

The pad boasts 1,500 square feet of space, with two bedrooms, and is located at 502 Park Avenue, or the Trump Park Avenue building. According to records obtained by The Real Deal, Trump purchased the place in 2004 for a now very reasonable-sounding $1.5 million.

Trump, husband Jared Kushner and their three children decamped for D.C. after President Donald Trump’s victory in last November’s presidential election. Kushner has entered government service as a senior White House adviser, while Ivanka Trump remains an important surrogate for her father.

But Ivanka and the fam won’t lack for a place to lay their head on return visits to the city. She owns two apartments in the Trump Park Avenue building. And the other place? It’s a penthouse.

Contact Daniel J. Solomon at [email protected] or on Twitter @DanielJSolomon

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