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12/20/2012 04:40 pm ET Updated Dec 24, 2012

Calvin Klein's $25k Penthouse In New York Is An Unbelievable Way To Be Displaced After Hurricane Sandy (PHOTOS)

Hurricane Sandy made her way down Perry Street in New York City two months ago, displacing a famous face.

According to the New York Post, fashion designer Calvin Klein had to abandon his fancy home on that block but has found a new place to lay his head at night. As of right now, Klein is supposedly renting a space at 40 Bond Street for $25,000 a month. The tabloid also reports Klein’s temporary pad has two bedrooms and two baths -- not to mention amazing views of the city. The building itself was designed by Pritzker-Prize winning architects Herzog and de meuron stated a listing by Douglas Elliman.

And according to the Daily Mail, Klein will be living at this swanky spot for six months until his former home becomes livable again. Luckily, he’ll have Ricky Martin to keep him company as the famous singer also owns a condo at that address.

Click through our slideshow to see photos 40 Bond Street and head over to the New York Post for more information.

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