We hate to have to tell you that there’s a 19-year-old boy whose monthly rent is more than the annual take home pay for the first job you had after college, but that’s what’s going on here. Nick Jonas of The Jonas Brothers just signed a lease for designer Marc Jacobs old place, which hit the market for $23,000.
Curbed NY reports that Jonas is only paying $20,000 a month for the place, and Jacobs had only (LOL “only”) been paying $15,000 a month. But rental increases are something Jonas should have the hang of by now — he’s in New York taking over the starring role in How to Succeed In Business Without Really Trying, and he was previously attempting to rent a place in the ultra expensive Upper West Side building at 15 Central Park West.
But now he’ll be laying his head in Chelsea. We’re not sure where Jacobs moved to after he left this place, but we’re hoping that Jonas will be able to keep it in its current stylish condition. Check out the listing photos below.
this is some kind of spaceship or something.