Jeremy Lin, the rising New York Knicks star, will rent a condo at the W Downtown Hotel & Residences in Lower Manhattan in addition to his new apartment at Trump Tower in White Plains, N.Y.

The two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit, Apt. 38B, is also listed for sale for $2.3 million by Richard Nassimi of the Corcoran Group.

Lin will have furniture provided and is expected to sign rental papers this week, according to the New York Post, which first reported the move. His exact rent wasn't disclosed, but other two bedrooms in the building rent for around $9,000 per month, according to StreetEasy. Lin's condo is 1,182 square feet.

The W Downtown, a 56-story mixed-use tower at 123 Washington Street, is the tallest new development in the area and has views overlooking the World Trade Center and Hudson River. The base of the building has 217 hotel units, a restaurant and fitness center. Condos start at the 23rd floor, and tenants have access to a mid-level lounge, outdoor terrace, gym and spa.

Developer Joseph Moinian built the tower with foreign buyers in mind, even working with a feng shui consultant during the design process and visiting China to lure prospective buyers in partnership with Windham Realty Group.

Gwathmey Siegel & Associates was the architect of the building, and Graft designed interiors. Starwood Hotels, owner of the W brand, manages the building.

Lin is also renting a two-bedroom condo in White Plains through David Lee, a former teammate who plays for the Golden State Warriors.

Photos of Lin's apartment from the Corcoran Group: