A cheaper chance to be Iman’s neighbor in David Bowie’s old building

There’s a (relatively) cheap opportunity to be supermodel Iman’s neighbor.

David Bowie’s widow lived with the rocker at 285 Lafayette St. in Nolita until his death of liver cancer in 2016.

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An alcove studio at the ritzy building with just 30 units, which transformed into a makeshift shrine for Bowie following his passing, is now on the market as a yearlong $8,800-a-month rental.

(That’s significantly less than the three other rentals currently on the market in the building — built in 1912 as the Hawley & Hoops Chocolate Factory — which are three- to four-bedroom units that range from $27,500 a month to $35,000 a month.)

This 1,040-square-foot unit comes with nearly 12-foot ceilings, custom wood working, and exposed beams and brick. The building has a shared landscaped roof deck.

The listing broker is Andrew Feldman, of Compass.

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