The Brazilian model - who has a net worth of $42 million - and the American football star are opting for a three-bedroom, full-floor condominium on the 47th floor of luxury residential tower, One Madison Park, which is located at the foot of Madison Avenue in Manhattan, giving incredible views across the city.
A source told the New York Post newspaper's Page Six: ''They went for the model apartment, which is a full-floor private residence with amazing city and river-to-river plus park views.''
The apartment's panoramic views pan north, west and directly up Madison Avenue and allow the pair of them to look out across the city and see the breath taking skyscrapers, much like the iconic image of Batman looking out onto the fictional city of Gotham which is based on New York.
Another source quipped : ''It will allow Tom Brady to look down on Gotham like Batman.''
The interior of the apartment fashioned by Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen, boasts white oak plank floors, huge doors, a master bedroom with plenty of space and his and hers closets which give them ample room to store their clothes not to mention a master bathroom.
Gisele and Tom also have a 14,000-square-foot mansion in Los Angeles and are currently building a similar-size property near Boston.
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