Mister Roday, as per Property Shark, owns a 1,138 square foot one bedroom and two bathroom apartment at the Jade building in New York City’s ever-more-trendy and expensive Flatiron District that he picked up in January 2008 for 0,000.
As it turns out this isn’t the only apartment Mister Roday has owned in the slick and chi-chi building; Its interiors were famously designed by Mick and and Bianca Jagger’s jet-setting jewelry designer daughter Jade.
The master bedroom itself it large enough to accommodate a sitting area and has clerestory windows and a voluminous wood-paneled vaulted ceiling.
The dining room opens on one end through glass doors to backyard and on the other to an also sky-lit kitchen with glossy white flat-fronted cabinetry topped with counters the exact color of concrete.
There are open shelves fashioned from rough-hewn wood planks, a super-cute built-in dog feeding station under one of the two huge windows, and top-grade commercial-style appliances that include a built-in wine fridge, a built-in coffee maker, and a glass-fronted fridge-freezer that—swear to God, butter beans—retails for around $16,000.
We had people with hair dryers melting the snow on the ground.
We did the entire scene where Lassiter [Timothy Omundson] is wrestling Shawn to the ground out in front of the mansion of the bad guy and the ground was frozen solid. We were just trying to create Santa Barbara out of the Pacific Northwest and our very famous plastic palm trees were being carted around and flown behind each shot.
RODAY: I think the scene that was the most challenging was a scene way up in the mountains at this place called Buntzen Lake and it was, probably with the chill coming off the water, like 15 or 20 degrees and we were wearing these thin, Santa Barbara wind breaker-y type jackets.