Tom Brady Is Subletting His New York City Condo for $40,000 Per Month

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistNovember 13, 2014

via Coleman Real Estate

Anyone who would like to make themselves at home in New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bundchen's New York condo is in luck.

Last year, the couple purchased a condo with an incredible view of New York City for a cool $14 million. Now, they are subletting the home.

According to Coleman Real Estate, it will cost $40,000 per month to stay in the condo—without furniture. To officially lounge on Brady's couch, be prepared to throw in an additional $2,500 per month.

Something that pricey better be worth it.

via Coleman Real Estate

via Coleman Real Estate

By the looks of it, it probably is.

Brady and Bundchen's condo is way up on the 47th floor, so the 360-degree view of the city is incredible. Not only that, but the rest of the building provides some sweet amenities—a pool, a gym, a steam room and a locker room.

All of that can be yours for $40,000—or $42,500 if you want to say that you ate at the same table as Brady and Bundchen—a month.

[Coleman Real Estate]

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