That’s another life milestone for newly-engaged Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson. A week after their engagement news was revealed to the public, the pair has now taken the next big step in their relationship by moving in together.
According to multiple outlets, Grande and Davidson will be living in a trendy apartment complex designed by the late renowned architect Zaha Hadid. The couple’s unit, Entertainment Tonight reports, is a 5-bedroom, 4,023 square-foot apartment located in NYC’s Chelsea neighborhood in downtown Manhattan. The deal was brokered by the Corcoran Group and the apartment itself was listed on Streeteasy.com. The unit reportedly costs $16 million, and boasts of views of the Empire State Building and the attached High Line Park.
The two seemingly moved in together over the weekend. Grande joked on social media about the trials of moving into a new place, which is oftentimes accompanied by initial discomfort. “Us in our new apartment with no furniture 1 speaker and red vines,” she joked alongside a meme from Sponge Bob.
This isn’t the only latest development in their romance. Grande’s new album also includes an interlude called “Pete” for very obvious reasons.
The two got engaged recently after only a few weeks of dating. Davidson custom-designed a ring for the songstress commissioned by NYC based jeweler Mr. Flawless.
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