New York Knicks phenom Jeremy Lin is moving to White Plains, New York.
White Plains, New York is about to get a little more Lin-tastic. The Daily News reports that the NBA's newest Asian sensation Jeremy Lin is kicking it up a notch after decamping to a posh new bachelor pad in White Plains.
The swanky bachelor pad, which Lin is subletting from former Knick David Lee, is sure a lot sweeter than crashing on his brother's couch (we can't imagine that was all that comfortable for the six-foot three-inch star). The Knicks phenom's upgraded digs is a two-bedroom apartment in the celeb-friendly Trump Tower, which features marble bathrooms, cherry wood floors, a built-in sound system and sweeping views of the New York City skyline in the distance. The pad sits on the 20th floor and Lin can look forward to building amenities that include an indoor and outdoor pool, a spa, gym, and outdoor basketball courts.
Lin is expected to shell out about $3,800 per month for his new pad, which is conveniently located just a ten-minute drive to the Knicks practice facility. The overnight superstar's new pad is the same unit that his teammate Amar'e Stoudemire reportedly rented before moving into his lavish Manhattan apartment. Oh, if walls could talk.