By Caroline Biggs

Published on July 14, 2015

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If you have a cool $16K per month, you can rent the star's NYC pad. 

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Grace purchased the two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom apartment—which occupies an entire floor of the four-story building and opens directly to an elevator—in 2006.

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The rustic condo features pressed tin ceilings, original wood flooring, and exposed brick walls throughout the space.

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The home also includes a chef’s kitchen (with several built-in storage cabinets) and a retro-style breakfast bar.

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The master suite is nestled on the opposite side of the apartment’s living room for quiet nights in bed, but is conveniently next to the kitchen for easy late-night pantry access!

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An industrial-chic poured-concrete bathroom is connected to the master bedroom as well as a well as a huge walk-in closet.