Taylor Swift Moves to Tribeca — Reportedly Into Peter Jackson's Former Penthouses

The Grammy-winning songtress was seen moving into a boutique building on Franklin Street.

Taylor Swift has reportedly moved into Peter Jackson's side-by-side duplex penthouses in Tribeca. They were on the market for $19.5 million.

Taylor Swift

Photo by: Christopher Polk/Getty Images Entertainment/Getty Images Musician Taylor Swift performs during the 2013 CMA Music Festival in Nashville, Tenn.

You might remember the pair of Tribeca penthouses that director Peter Jackson has been trying to offload since last summer. It seems Jackson finally found a buyer — and her name is Taylor Swift.

Swift has reportedly been sweeping downtown Manhattan in search of a New York City pad to call home. According to Luxury Listings NYC, Jackson's apartments — which were on the market for $19.95 million — went into contract in February. Then, just last Friday, Swift was photographed moving into Jackson's boutique building on Franklin Street. If you do the math, as The Real Estalker has done, all signs point to Swift being the proud new owner of Jackson's former penthouses.

To refresh your memory, the penthouses were marketed separately as well as together, with the potential to combine. Together, the spaces total 8,000 square feet with nine bedrooms, 9.5 baths and 4,000 square feet of private terrace — a quarter of that dedicated to a private rooftop terrace. The apartments are graced with exposed brick, wood paneling and 12-foot ceilings throughout. The double-height foyer of the larger apartment boasts a dramatic staircase. We'd love to see what this colossal home looks like after a Swift reno and makeover.

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