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Photos: Justin Bieber Rents Massive Glass Mansion That Looks Like A Cold Office Building

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After months of complaints from Justin Bieber's neighbors about his penchant for throwing ragers, the pop singer finally left his Beverly Hills condo for new digs—a gargantuan glass-encased Beverly Hills mansion.

And the 20-year-old "Baby" singer's apparently renting it for almost $60,000 a month on a short-term lease, TMZ reports. Chump change for him, we'd imagine.

The 6-bedroom, 7-bathroom home, dubbed "The Beverly Hills Glass House," was designed by architect Ed Niles, according to RedFin. (From the outside, it looks more like an upscale office building you might find in Century City.) The 6,537 square-foot building that sits on 7,500 square feet of land also has a yard with an infinity pool that overlooks the cityscape. Oh, and there's a six-car garage because that's how you roll when you have a house that huge.

Basically, if he throws another party, his new neighbors might not hear it.

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This McMansion sold for a whopping $10.5 million.

Earlier this year, the Biebs sold his huge Calabasas home to Khloe Kardashian for $7.2 million. And just recently, he paid out $80,000 in restitution as part of his no contest plea to a misdemeanor charge of egging his Calabasas neighbor's home.