Aniston Lived Real Life Friends Scenario in New York

There's a good reason people love Jennifer Aniston: she's genuine and remembers her friends, not just the ones she starred with in the famous TV show where everyone played buddy-buddy.
In real life, said The New York Post, she preferred hanging out in fellow actress and friend Andrea Bendewald’s West Village townhouse in New York City.
Only three blocks from the iconic NBC sitcom’s exterior, the five-story home at 526 Hudson St. is listed for $10.95 million.
“I grew up on the Upper West Side, which was great! But honestly, my favorite memories are of the West Village at 526 Hudson St.,” Aniston said in a statement to a Bendewald family representative.
However, the actresses have indeed been friends since they were 14 years old, when they met at the historic Manhattan High School for the Performing Arts, the famous Fame school of movie renown.
Bendewald made a Season 7 guest appearance on Friends, and also served as Aniston’s bridesmaid in her 2000 wedding to Brad Pitt. Later, Aniston was the matron of honor in Bendewald’s 2001 nuptials to actor-writer Mitch Rouse and they have a real bond.


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