Ashley Olsen has already inspired the wardrobes of fans around the world, and now she'll be helping them set some major apartment goals. The fashion designer nabbed a spectacular property in Manhattan's stylish Greenwich Village, which set her back $9.4 million.
According to the Wall Street Journal, 29-year-old Ashley's apartment sits in a converted art gallery on which developer Edward Minskoff spent more than $300 million to create a collection of exclusive condos.
Ashley picked one with two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms but if you think that sounds modest for a multi-million dollar property, you would be wrong. The apartment boasts 11-foot high ceilings and covers a huge 3,000 square feet.
And the building is just as impressive as the apartment. Ashley's guests will be greeted 24-hours a day by a concierge, who will direct them to the elevator which will transport them to the condo, via the deluxe fitness centre exclusively for residents.
We're not surprised Ashley is living in such luxury. She and twin sister Mary-Kate run hugely successful high-end fashion house The Row, which has 164 stores in more than 35 countries.
Two years ago, Mary-Kate and her fiancé Oliver Sarkozy purchased a mansion in midtown Manhattan's Turtle Bay Gardens for a cool $17.4 million. Real estate agent Douglas Elliman listed the property to have four/five bedrooms, an elevator and seven fireplaces.