An Airbnb Host Has Created a Near-Exact ‘Seinfeld’ Apartment Clone

If you’ve always dreamed of living in Jerry Seinfeld’s apartment, your dream is about to come true…sort of. A new Airbnb listing has faithfully recreated the iconic ’90s sitcom pad and is now open for booking, with dates available as early as April.

The list, aptly called “The flat of nothing“, is located in Cincinnati, Ohio, which I should point out is not located near the Upper West Side of Manhattan where the show is set, nor in Los Angeles where it was filmed (and where you find the building which replaces the apartment in the exterior plans). But the location is not so important, because the real story here is what’s inside the apartment.


Although the one-bedroom unit is a little more modern in appearance and amenities than Seinfeld’s home in the iconic series – I’m pretty sure Jerry wasn’t watching the Mets on a wall-mounted flat screen TV – it does still a pretty good job when it comes to nailing the overall layout and decor. However, I feel the need to point out that the bedroom and bathroom are in the wrong location (to be fair, the layout of the apartment in the series was actually impossible as shown).

Keen-eyed fans will notice several consistencies with the show, like the right magnets on the fridge, the wall-mounted bike, the Porsche 911 poster, the Superman statue and the board games on the bookshelf, the corded phone black on the coffee table. , the fully stocked cereal cabinet – you get the idea.

To make things even funnier, the animators also added a few references to the show that you wouldn’t normally expect to see in Jerry’s apartment, like the puffy shirt, the “Timeless Art of Seduction” poster of George and Kramer’s ASSMAN license plate. and Coffee Table Book About Coffee Tables.

a coffee table with a vintage sport illustrated and a vintage book on the coffee tables on it


The apartment rooms for nothing from $175 a night on Airbnb. The hosts note that there are four other apartments in the building, so there may be a danger of Kramer or even Newman dropping by unannounced (probably not, though). And if Seinfeld isn’t your thing for some reason, the same hosts also operate a separate “Sitcom Suite” inspired by Rachel and Monica’s dreamy West Village meeting place of Friends.

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