Go Inside Wendy Williams' New York Bachelorette Pad

The NYC apartment reportedly costs about $15,000 per month

By Elyse Dupre 04 Sep, 2019 7:32 PMTags

Wendy Williams is living large in the Big Apple.

According to reports, the TV star has moved into a luxury apartment in New York. The news comes about five months after The Wendy Williams Show host filed for divorce from Kevin Hunter.

The bachelorette pad is over 2,400 square feet and features three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The en-suite in the master bedroom is a true retreat with its marble vanity, heated flooring and electronic toilet with built-in bidet. There's also the high-end kitchen. According to the listing, the room includes custom stained walnut cabinetry, granite countertops and top-of-the line appliances.

But that's not all. The home also has floor-to-ceiling curved windows, so residents can see the gorgeous city views. In addition, there are plenty of enviable amenities. From the fitness center and the water club to the children's area and the outdoor entertaining space, this building has it all.

So, how much does this home cost? According to Page Six and Velvet Ropes, the latter of which was the first to report the news, the home costs about $15,000 per month.

To see more of Williams' pad, check out the gallery.

Plenty of Space

Wendy can enjoy the city skyline from her living room.

Keeping It Clean

The perfect place for Wendy to get ready in the morning.

A Beautiful Bath

Look at that tub!

Pool Time

Who wouldn't want to take a dip in the building's pool?

Fab Fitness

Residents can take in some city views while hitting the gym.

An Outdoor Oasis

You can even see the Statue of Liberty from the building's outdoor entertaining area.

Ready to Work

This bedroom features a cozy desk space for when Wendy needs to work.

Two Floors

This luxury apartment is two levels!

Cozy Kitchen

Wendy can whip up some mean meals in this space.

High-End Finishes

From a five burner gas cooktop to a 42 side-by-side refrigerator/freezer, this kitchen has it all.

Welcome home, Wendy!