Trevor Noah Just Bought A $10-Million Penthouse (Where's Our Housewarming Invite?)

If Trevor Noah's new $10-million penthouse isn't the perfect place for an under-the-stars cocktail party, we don't know what is. The Daily Show host closed on the Midtown Manhattan pad, a duplex that spans the 17th and 18th floors of a 1920s skyscraper, yesterday, reports The Wall Street Journal.
The penthouse measures 3,600 square feet and comes with a huge, 930-square-foot terrace that offers sweeping views of the city. The four-bedroom home has 14-foot-ceilings, huge closets, and oak floors. The building itself has a fitness center, a lounge with a piano bar, and an outdoor garden. It's also just a short walk away from the 52nd Street and Eleventh Avenue studio where the comedian films The Daily Show.
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According to 6sqft, Noah moved on up from a $15,000-a-month bachelor pad in the same building. So...where's our housewarming-party invite?!
See photos of Noah's not-so-humble abode, ahead.
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Photo: Courtesy of Stella Tower.
The penthouse sits atop the Art Deco Stella Tower, which was designed by architect Ralph Walker.
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Photo: Courtesy of Stella Tower.
The eat-in kitchen has quite the counter space.
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Photo: Courtesy of Stella Tower.
We'd wake up to this view every day.
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Photo: Courtesy of Stella Tower.
A lounge area, surrounded by skyscrapers.
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Photo: Courtesy of Stella Tower.
The study, where Trevor Noah probably writes his jokes.
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Photo: Courtesy of Stella Tower.
Not too shabby for a guest room.
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Photo: Courtesy of Stella Tower.
If we had a shower like this, we'd never get out of it.
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Photo: Courtesy of Stella Tower.
A night view of the Empire State Building.
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