Gifted actor and real estate mogul Leonardo DiCaprio has been on a selling spree of late, first with his unassuming 1930s Los Angeles rancher and now, as the Observer reports, his much flashier wellness-inspired Greenwich Village condo. The Oscar winner has let go of his Delos apartment at 66 East 11th Street at a loss of $2 million.
DiCaprio bought into the Deepak Chopra-endorsed building in May 2014, dishing out $10 million for a three-bedroom, two-and-a-half bathroom condo. The apartment was originally listed for $14.5 million, but DiCaprio didn’t only score a deal on its asking price. Rumor had it that when the actor first landed in the building, he was gifted free use of the penthouse unit’s $1 million parking spot for his $100,000 Fisker Karma hybrid car—until the penthouse sold, of course. The penthouse finally traded for about half of its initial $50 million asking price in October 2015.
Though it’s an enticing detail, that’s likely not what led to DiCaprio ditching the 3,663-square-foot condo. Word has it that the model-dating celebrity barely spent time in the apartment anyway. He’d been renting it to Jonathan Orszag, a former economic policy advisor to Bill Clinton, for $25,000/month since March 2015.
In addition to three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, the apartment comes equipped with next-level crunchy amenities like circadian rhythm lighting, a built-in juicing station, and vitamin C-infused showers.
The sale happened in an off-market deal to an anonymous LLC.
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