Knicks' Jeremy Lin Moves Off Brother's Couch, Into White Plains Apartment
Before sensational Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin was known as "sensational Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin," he was just another homeless youngster in between jobs. Lin arrived in New York and slept on the couch of his brother, a dental school student in the city.
Now, according to the New York Daily News -- no longer.
Lin is reportedly moving into a two-bedroom apartment in downtown White Plains, N.Y., a 35-story building that's home to several other Knicks and New York Rangers as well. He's subletting from former Warriors teammate David Lee, who lived there when he played for the Knicks until 2010. Lin's new 20th-floor apartment boasts marble bathrooms, cherry wood floors, a built-in sound system and an elegant view of New York City. His rent is estimated at around $3,800 a month.