Matt James and Tyler Cameron have the ultimate Manhattan “Bachelor” pad.
The Bachelor Nation heartthrobs are roommates in a ritzy apartment at One Manhattan Square on the Lower East Side, a source exclusively told Page Six.
We’re told their two-bedroom, two-bathroom corner unit faces downtown toward the Financial District and also boasts river views.
A similar unit in the building costs $1.96 million or rents for about $8,000 a month.
A source confirmed to us that although James, 29, and Cameron, 27, appear as spokesmodels on One Manhattan Square’s Instagram, they still pay rent for the luxurious pad, though it is unclear how much.
“They 100 percent do not live there for free,” the source said. “From my understanding, there is no quid pro quo on posting.”
One Manhattan Square has 800 residences, which range from one to three-bedrooms, and the building is shaped like a Z so almost “every unit has views.”
The building is also home to the largest private amenities space in the city, with over 100,000-square-feet featuring an indoor saltwater pool, a tranquility garden, a fitness center with sauna, and theater space.
“Matt and Tyler have been known to be on the basketball court a lot with other residents,” a source shared.
Cameron first moved into One Manhattan Square in the fall of 2019, and has been open about where lives on social media. With him and James boasting close to 3 million followers combined, we’re told there have been a few fans who have tried to catch a glimpse of the “Bachelor” and “Bachelorette” stars.
“No one has definitely infiltrated the building, but there have been some fans who have walked on or discovered the building because of that,” a source said.
However, influencers with large followings are not out of the norm at One Manhattan Square. Celebrity trainer Isaac Boots is also a resident there.
We’re told the residents don’t seem to mind having a famous face around, and that Cameron, especially, is very well-liked because he has made himself a part of the building’s community.
“During the pandemic, Tyler hosted a virtual gym class for the residents of the building,” a source said. “From my understanding, it’s been a welcome to all the residents especially that he’s so gracious with his time and hosted this class for residents, which I think was one of the highest-viewed classes.”
Page Six has learned that former “Bachelor” Peter Weber, who just moved to New York following his split from Kelley Flanagan, did not follow Cameron and James’ footsteps into One Manhattan Square.
However, there’s a chance Cameron may be looking for a new roommate soon. James’ season of “The Bachelor” is currently airing on ABC, so it remains to be seen if he gets engaged and will give up his dreamy “Bachelor” pad to move in with his new fiancé.