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For $24.5M, you can live directly below the president in Trump Tower

In New York City, you never know what you’re going to get when it comes to your upstairs neighbor. But the person who moves into 64/65AB in Trump Tower will get to say they live directly below President Donald Trump.

The apartment on the 65th floor of Trump Tower at 721 Fifth Avenue has hit the market for $24.5 million, Page Six reported. Real estate sources told the outlet they believe the swanky pad with great views is below Trump’s bedroom in the three-story penthouse he called home before moving into the White House. 

The Trump Tower apartment occupies two stories and is being sold by a billionaire banker from Oklahoma via Dolly Lenz Real Estate.

According to the listing, the 6,100-square-foot home has five bedrooms, five bathrooms and one half-bath. It encompasses the entire southern face of the 64th and 65th stories and has floor-to-ceiling windows throughout.

Notable residents of Trump Tower

Real estate sources say the $24.5 million five-bedroom southern exposure pad is directly below the president’s Trump Tower bedroom.

In addition to Donald Trump having his three-story personal residence with his wife Melania and youngest son Barron on the penthouse floors, Trump Tower has seen its share of other big-name tenants over the years.

Among them are Chuck Blazer, former president of soccer’s governing body in North and Central America and the Caribbean, had two apartments on the 49th floor, including a $6,000-a-month place used mostly by his cats. His former organization, the CONCACAF, is the sole occupant of the 17th floor.

In August 2015, legendary footballer Christiano Ronaldo purchased an $18.5-million apartment in Trump Tower. 

Michael Jackson rented a high-floor duplex for 10 months in the mid-1990s, The New York Times reported, and had dinner at Le Cirque with the future president soon after he moved in.

Late-night legend Johnny Carson moved out of Trump Tower in 1987 after feuding with Trump over his expensive coat that went missing.

Before moving out in 2010, “Cats” and “Phantom of the Opera” composer Andrew Lloyd Webber had an apartment on the 59th and 60th floor for 17 years.

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