Inside Gigi and Bella Hadid’s Real Estate Portfolio

Gigi and Bella Hadid exemplify all things glamour—the sisters are runway regulars at fashion weeks worldwide, are photographed rubbing shoulders with A-list celebrities on the regular, and have graced the covers of magazines since they were teenagers. (Their mother, Yolanda Hadid, has the floor-to-ceiling kitchen-wall display to prove it.) But despite these facts, both Hadid sisters like spending time away from the spotlight to stay grounded, often retreating to Yolanda’s farm in Pennsylvania, where they garden, ride horses, and make home-cooked meals together.

“The family farm is where I get away,” Gigi told Vogue Australia in 2018. “My little kitchen is my happy place. I cook almost every day I’m here.” The pair—and their younger brother Anwar—grew up playing outdoors as kids in Santa Barbara, so being in nature is instinctual; it’s also likely a welcome respite from their busy lives in New York City, where they now live and work. Over the years, both Gigi and Bella have laid down roots in the city, never more than a 15-minute walk apart from each other—below, we’ve rounded up all the places they’ve called home.


Gigi Hadid’s NYC building.

Photo: Nicholas Venezia

Shortly after she turned 21, Gigi paid $3.97 million for a two-bedroom two-and-a-half-bathroom apartment in NYC’s NoHo neighborhood. The 2,085-square-foot unit is located in a trendy building designed by Selldorf Architects and features colorful, eclectic decor that perfectly complements the sleek, modern design of the space. Materials used throughout the luxury home include lacquered Italian millwork in the chef’s kitchen and marble tiling in the primary suite bathroom. Eight-foot casement windows with mahogany sills let in copious amounts of natural light. Gigi has shared little glimpses into her apartment via social media over the years, and some of her treasured pieces include artwork by Eamon Harrington, a Roche Bobois Mah Jong sofa by Missoni Home, and basket wall art above her headboard in the bedroom. Gigi still owns this property.


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