Leonardo DiCaprio became an actor of world-renowned status from his
role as a common man cavorting with the rich in the box-office smash
feature film Titantic. DiCaprio's recent splashy real estate dealings
on East and West coasts transactions are relatively dramatic in a
market where there is more looking than doing. The gigantically famous
actor is a two-fisted dealer with one buy in Manhattan and one listing
off in Malibu, according to Berg Properties' Big Time Listings.
Leonardo the capricious just closed on a NY apartment for approximately
$3.6 million in the eco-luxe extraordinaire Riverhouse One Rockefeller
in Battery Park City. Overlooking the Hudson River, the high-rise
community of affluent VIPs consists of 320 units on 32 floors. The
world within the city brims with deluxe amenities and green systems
that promote ultimate sustainability and sensibility.
A resident of the Riverhouse could move in and never leave home again!
There is a media café, a fitness center, a lap pool, a billiard room,
and an outdoor terrace. Additionally, there is a children's playroom
and a doggie spa.
The David Rockwell-designed Riverhouse is an example of the new wave of
luxury-properties that support the indulgence-with-a-conscience
movement at the forefront of most new property developments.