Heidi Klum required $16M Soho loft to prep for famed Halloween party

Douglas Elliman Real Estate

Heidi Klum, with more than a dozen Halloween parties under her belt, has become just as famous for the annual bash as her modeling career.

The “Project Runway” host tries to outdo herself each year with a more outrageous costume. For this year’s party, held in New York City, she brought a whole entourage — five clones to be exact — that popped out of a “Made in Germany” box on the red carpet.

Klum’s 17th Annual Halloween Party was held Oct. 31 at Vandal New York and reportedly included celebrity guestssuch as Neil Patrick Harris, Nick Cannon, Liev Schreiber, Serena Williams, Gabrielle Union, Trevor Noah, Ice-T and Coco, Kyle Mooney, Taryn Manning, Alan Cumming, Terrence Jenkins and Christian Siriano.

Are you seeing double, triple, quadruple, quintuple, sextuple?! #Ready #HeidiHalloween courtesy of @bookingcom

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But before the star-studded event, the supermodel required a special “hideaway” to get ready for the event, according to Douglas Elliman. Acquired through the real estate agency and Booking.com, Klum prepped in a three-bedroom penthouse in the Soho Gallery Building with panoramic views of the Manhattan skyline.

The apartment, located at 94 Thompson St., is currently on the market for $16 million, and stretches across three floors with 3,500 square feet of interior space and 2,200 square feet of exterior landscaped terrace space.

There is also a glass-enclosed Zen garden, large fireplace and a home theatre for entertaining. The master bedroom suite features a spa bathroom and walk-in closet.

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