Rent The Gorgeous Apartments In Your Favorite TV Shows with Zumper

In honor of the upcoming television and movie awards season, apartment rental app, Zumper, has put together a fun list of the 10 best TV show apartments and where you can rent versions of them in real life!

Don’t miss a beat! Click HERE to become a BELLA Insider!

THE MARVELOUS MRS. MAISEL  

Upper West Side, NYC

(Photo source: Amazon Prime)

Set in the late 1950s, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” follows Miriam “Midge” Maisel’s journey from housewife and mother to in-demand stand-up comedian. This multiple Emmy-winning comedy features the ultimate New York City Upper West Side apartment. For much of the show, Midge (Rachel Brosnahan) lives in one of two gorgeous, spacious 10-room apartments with her parents or her husband in the same building. That’s the Strathmore, a real building at 404 Riverside Drive at 112th Street, near Columbia University (where Midge’s dad is a professor). Built in 1909, many of the 12-story building’s residences feature high ceilings, mahogany doors and walnut paneling.

Find a version of this in real life here:

(Photo source: Zumper)

This seven-bedroom Upper West Side mansion also boasts high ceilings and amazing woodwork throughout that feels like it was built for royalty. You can rent it for a whopping $28,000 a month.

SUCCESSION  

Tribeca, NYC

(Photo source: HBO)

“Succession” is a breathtaking look into the halls of ultimate power, a show reportedly based on real-life billionaire media mogul Rupert Murdoch and his family. In this nine-time Emmy Award-winning drama, Logan Roy (Brian Cox) is the patriarch, with four children vying for his love, fortune and power. His only daughter Shiv (Sarah Snook), whose life goal is to take over all of her dad’s businesses, begins the series in a beautiful, modern Tribeca apartment on the Southwest Side of Manhattan near City Hall. It has an open-floor plan with two levels, huge windows, a balcony, a massive modern kitchen and only one bedroom.

Find a version of this in real life here:

(Photo source: Zumper)

This Tribeca apartment also features floor to ceiling windows, an open kitchen concept, and a loft style staircase that connects the three levels. It can be all yours for a hefty $35,000 a month.

NCIS: NEW ORLEANS  

French Quarter, New Orleans, LA

(Photo source: CBS)

When it comes to “NCIS: New Orleans,” Dwayne Pride (Scott Bakula) is the boss of the Navy’s investigative team based in the Crescent City. In a show imbued with the music and happy atmosphere of the city, it makes sense for him to also own a bar in the heart of the French Quarter. Pride’s apartment – first seen in Season 4 in a slightly unbelievable sequence, considering the rents in the Quarter – begins as a full floor used for storage that is located directly above his fictional bar. He soon moves into the apartment above his “Tru Tone” bar on Royal Street, which features exposed brick walls, a fireplace, wraparound balcony, long windows and French doors inside, leading to the single bedroom. R Bar is the real bar that stands in for the Tru Tone, located at 1431 Royal Street, with the Royal Street Inn above it.

Find a version of this in real life here:  

(Photo source: Zumper)

This French Quarter apartment also has a balcony overlooking Royal St., as well as exposed brick walls and a cozy fireplace. It’s pretty affordable, too, at $1,595 a month.

RAY DONOVAN  

Hollywood Hills, CA

(Photo source: SHOWTIME)

“Ray Donovan” is Hollywood’s ultimate fixer, the go-to guy when famous people (or the wealthy ones who help create their careers) get into trouble. But as the multiple Emmy-nominated series plays out, Ray (Liev Schreiber) has plenty of his own family problems to wrestle with. He eventually leaves his house in the San Fernando Valley to move alone into a sleek, modern Hollywood Hills apartment. This one is a real place, located in the Franklin Towers building at 7250 Franklin Avenue, Los Angeles, at the base of the Hollywood Hills. It features a large balcony with views of the hills and beyond, 1050 square feet of space including one bedroom and two bathrooms.

Find a version of this in real life here

(Photo source: Zumper)

This modern one-bedroom apartment is actually located in the Franklin Towers, the same building where Ray Donovan’s apartment is located in the show! This cool place is going for $2,900 a month.

LITTLE FIRES EVERYWHERE  

Pasadena, CA

(Photo source: Hulu)

In Hulu’s original multiple Emmy-nominated series “Little Fires Everywhere,” Kerry Washington stars as Mia, a nomadic artist who arrives in Shaker Heights, Ohio, with her teenage daughter in tow. When they meet Elena (Reese Witherspoon), a wealthy denizen of the planned community, she decides to rent them an apartment in a house she owns. As their families intertwine, old secrets begin to unravel. The upstairs house apartment that Mia and her daughter rent is supposed to be in Ohio, but as Hollywood often does, it is really located at 2008 La France Avenue in Pasadena. It has two bedrooms, a large living room and a full kitchen in the upstairs section of the rental home

Find a version of this in real life here

(Photo source: Zumper)

This cozy two-bedroom apartment in Shaker Heights also has a full kitchen, a spacious living room, and is only going for $1,045 a month! The most affordable home on this list.

THE MORNING SHOW  

West Greenwich Village, NYC

(Photo source: Apple+)

“The Morning Show” is the hugely expensive, first big hit (and Emmy-winning) series from Apple+ that follows the public and personal lives of the people on a popular national morning TV show. Jennifer Aniston stars as Alex, the hugely successful host who has to deal with a lecherous co-host (Steve Carell) and an upstart new reporter (Reese Witherspoon). Alex has it all, including a West Village penthouse apartment that anyone living in Manhattan would die to live in. The real apartment is supposedly in one of the Perry Street Towers at 173-176 Perry Street, high-rise towers designed by Richard Meier located right on the Hudson, with each floor holding a single apartment. Her apartment is an architectural wonder that actually doesn’t exist in the buildings, a 3,700-square-foot triplex with massive windows and views of the Hudson River and New Jersey beyond.

Find a version of this in real life here

(Photo source: Zumper)

This massive West Village home 4-bedroom triplex is accessed via a private keyed elevator which opens to an expansive sunken living room accentuated by arched ceilings and multiple skylights. Ideal for entertaining, this apartment also features with an open floor plan living area and custom chef’s kitchen that’s perfect for hosting fancy parties. If you’ve got an eye-boggling $22,500 a month to shell out for this place it can be all yours!

THE FLIGHT ATTENDANT  

SoHo, NYC

(Photo source: HBO)

In the HBO Max recent hit show “The Flight Attendant,” (nominated for Golden Globes, SAG and CCA awards) Kaley Cuoco stars as the title character, whose life is upended by a murder. As Cassie, she needs friends to help her figure out just what happened, which leads her to one of television’s most fascinating New York City apartments. She takes solace with her friend Ani, who lives in a large, ultramodern SoHo loft with some distinctive touches, including high, wood-planked ceilings, dramatic archways leading to kitchen and bedroom, and the ultimate quirky Manhattan architectural design – a glass shower located in the middle of the living room.

Find a version of this in real life here

(Photo source: Zumper)

This bright and modern one-bedroom penthouse in SoHo features a loft plan with high ceilings and large windows to let in tons of natural light. Though the shower is located in the bathroom instead of the living room, the spa-like soaking tub and large stall shower is perfect for soaking and relaxing.You can rent this charming apartment for $5,995 a month.

THE UNDOING  

Fifth Avenue (Billionaires’ Row), NYC

(Photo source: HBO)

“The Undoing” is HBO’s 2020 hit whodunit miniseries (with 2021 Golden Globes, SAG and CCA nominations) that stars Nicole Kidman and Hugh Grant as a wealthy couple whose lives are upturned when murder happens. Their Upper East Side brownstone is beautiful, but the penthouse where her wealthy father (Donald Sutherland) lives is the stuff some dreams are made of. Located at 1215 Fifth Avenue, on Billionaires’ Row near the Metropolitan Museum of Art, it is a New York gem. The interiors were actually shot at 1107 Fifth, an apartment with floor-to-ceiling windows, crown molding, room for a piano (and a huge dance floor) in the living room and two bedrooms, four bathrooms.

Find a version of this in real life here

(Photo source: Zumper)

Located on the Upper East Side, a few blocks from Billionaires’ Row, this 5,000 square foot brownstone has dramatically high ceilings, restored original woodwork, and an elegant foyer that’s perfect for a piano. You can snag this place up for a staggering $28,000 a month.

GROWN-ISH  

Burbank, CA

(Photo source: ABC)

On “Grown-ish,” the ABC-TV spinoff of “Black-ish,” the Johnson’s daughter Zoey leaves home for college, attending a fictional school called the California University of Liberal Arts. As Zoey, actress Yara Shahidi first lives in a dorm, but then leaves in Season 2 for a spacious off-campus apartment in Burbank, living there with two roommates. Complete with three bedrooms, one bath, a balcony and a great room that allows for off-campus parties in the living room-kitchen-dining room space, it’s a pretty posh space for a gaggle of college sophomores.

Find a version of this in real life here

(Photo source: Zumper)

This fun and colorful three-bedroom apartment in Burbank is perfect for college students since it offers a fitness center and lounges that are great for socializing. 3 roommates only need to split $3,410 a month to rent out this sweet digs.

BILLIONS  

Tribeca, NYC

(Photo source: Showtime)

In the five seasons of Showtime’s “Billions,” there’s a billionaire, of course. He’s the Wall Street hedge fund baron known as Bobby “Axe” Axelrod (Damian Lewis), who is being investigated by the Federal prosecutors for the Southern District. As the cat-and-mouse game between the ultra-rich and the law plays out, Axe lives large in a two-story, glass-walled penthouse with views of the Big Apple’s downtown domain. The actual penthouse in this pre-war building constructed in 1929 is an addition to the original structure, a mesmerizing 7,500-square-foot apartment in the Tribeca Sky Lofts, located at 145 Hudson Street, that has four bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and a 4,500-square-foot wraparound terrace.

Find a version of this in real life here

(Photo source: Zumper)

This stunning four-bedroom home in Tribeca also features a breathtaking living room with floor to ceiling windows, the perfect terrace for amazing city views, and a glass-enclosed shower. You can snag this gorgeous apartment for $25,000 a month!

LIVE YOUR MOST BELLA LIFE!

BELLA Magazine is a national subscription- and newsstand-based lifestyle publication offering a curated guide to fashion, beauty, health, philanthropy, arts and culture, cuisine, celebrities, and entertainment.

At BELLA, we spotlight the ideal that Life Is BEAUTIFUL!

Don’t miss a beat! Subscribe + #follow @bellamag.co!

More from Jennifer DeCillis

#BELLATV With “Greatest Showman” Voice, Loren Allred

Loren Allred is the standout artist from The Greatest Showman‘s hit song...
Read More

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.