Leonardo Dicaprio has splashed out $10 million on a New York apartment which boasts vitamin C-infused showers, heat reflexology flooring and a 'wellness concierge'.
Leonardo Dicaprio has splashed out $10 million on a new apartment
The 'Wolf of Wall Street' actor has bought a two-bedroom fourth-floor property at the Delos building in New York's Greenwich Village, and the complex - which has WELL certification for its holistic approach to improving human wellness - boasts facilities including vitamin C-infused showers, purified air and water, and a circulated aromatherapy air supply.
The property also boasts posture-supportive heat reflexology flooring and 'dawn simulation' provided by a circadian lighting design. In addition, Donna Karan's Urban Zen is providing the building's residents with a 'wellness concierge' to ''curate and coordinate your daily wellness experience,'' the New York Post newspaper reports.
Until a luxury duplex apartment in the same building is sold, Leonardo has also been told he can use a $1 million parking space which comes with the neighbouring property.
The 39-year-old actor has been on a property buying spree recently, splashing out $8 million last month on an apartment adjacent to a $4 million home he already owns in the eco-friendly 2 River Terrace in Battery Park City.
And in February, he spent $5.2 million on a six-bedroom mansion in Palm Springs, California.
The 1.34 acre property has seven bathrooms, a detached state-of-the art gymnasium, a pool house and a tennis court with a glass pavilion surround.
The multi-level, single-story mansion, which was designed by architect Donald Wexler, was built in 1965 and, although it's been fully renovated, it still features mid-century architecture.
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