Yolanda Hadid appears to have traded L.A. for New York to be closer to her girls.

E! News has confirmed the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has moved into a new place at the luxury 30 Park Place, Four Seasons Private Residences building in Manhattan's Tribeca neighborhood, following a recent report by Page Six. It is unclear whether she purchased her new digs or is renting the unit. Her daughters, models Gigi Hadid and Bella Hadid, both live in the city.

Yolanda, who left the Bravo reality show last year, has not commented. She has, however, hinted at her move on Instagram.

"Windows to my new world... close to the ones I love #Home#Family #Grattitude," she wrote on May 5, alongside a photo of the city skyline.

Yolanda Hadid, 30 Park Place

30 Park Place

Last week, Yolanda sold an L.A. bachelorette pad, a condo in the posh Westwood neighborhood, for almost $5 million. She had bought the property for $4.59 million in 2016, just after she filed for divorce from David Foster. In 2015, she and David sold their coastal mansion in Malibu, where Gigi and Bella grew up, for almost $19.5 million.

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Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid

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Yolanda also recently posted a New York set video of her and a photo of Gigi wearing a Tommy Hilfiger jacket with an unidentified man, writing, "Great day on set.........#NewProject #NextChapter #NYC."

"It's a privilege to be alive and back to work...... #LifeIsABlessing #FeelingMuchGrattitude #Happy #NYC," Yolanda wrote on Instagram Thursday.

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