It looks like Taylor Swift's welcome to New York is wearing off. The pop star already owns a four-story townhouse and a two-unit duplex penthouse in Tribeca and now she is adding a $9.75 million condo to her real estate portfolio.
And while Taylor's latest purchase proves she has no plans to leave NYC, her neighbors don't want her around. "Taylor being there is super disruptive," a source told Life & Style exclusively. "The Tribeca residents have disliked having Taylor around since she bought her first place."
It doesn't help that her new place is on a "very, very quiet street," and neighbors don't want her girl squad running around. "Her security is mostly made up of off-duty police who can park anywhere they want, there are cars everywhere, even in no-parking zones," the source continued. "People don't like all the pandemonium." As to why Taylor needs three properties within walking distance, it is being reported that she hopes to connect the homes so she can leave without drawing the attention of paparazzi.
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This isn't the first time there has been ~bad blood~ between Taylor, 29, and her neighbors. Shortly after buying her $17 million home in Rhode Island in 2013, construction on the property had neighbors fuming. According to Page Six, the "Blank Space" singer was "rearranging the rocky coastline" to build a seawall for security reasons.
"One giant machine, part crane, was lifting big appliance-size boulders up out of the ocean with its mechanical claw and moving them," the publication reported. "With all the earth movers working, you might think they were building a landing strip or a mall."
In the meantime, Taylor is busy planning her Reputation World Tour, and rumor has it her BFF Camila Cabello will be her opening act. "Camila is in final talks to open for bestie Taylor’s tour,” an insider told Us Weekly. "It’s 99 percent a done deal." This is Taylor's world, and we're just living in it.
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