Leonard DiCaprio has sold his Greenwich Village condo for $8M — $2M less than he bought it for two years ago, The Real Deal reports.
The five-time Academy Award-nominated actor and one-time winner (“The Revenant”) originally purchased the 3,663 square foot, three-bedroom condo at 66 East 11th Street in May of 2014 for $10M, which is significantly less than the $14.5M asking price.
And while the building doesn’t appear to be LEED certified, it’s no surprise that the staunch environmentalist’s former home has truly one-of-a-kind, A-list elements to promote well-being, including: A circadian lighting system, in-duct aromatherapy, a window box herbarium and enclosed juicing station, a walk-in steam shower with custom-designed light therapy system and hand-held shower set with vitamin-C infusion. Wow. We already knew he CitiBiked better than the rest of us, but now we can add breathing and bathing to the list. So much for “Stars! They’re just like us!”
Though DiCaprio sold the swanky pad at a $2M loss, The Real Deal reports that he still owns four apartments in Battery Park City, including two adjacent units at 2 River Terrace.
With Forbes crowning DiCaprio as the highest-paid male Oscar nominee of the year and with the actor dating his 10th Victoria’s Secret model, it’s safe to say he’s not losing sleep over a measly $2M.