Leonardo DiCaprio checks out the Sterling Mason

TRD New York /
Jul.July 18, 2013 11:00 AM

In his search for a new pad, Leonardo DiCaprio has shifted his sights to his old stomping grounds of Tribeca.

The actor, who recently wrapped production on Martin Scorsese’s “The Wolf of Wall Street,” toured a $20 million penthouse at the Sterling Mason condominium building at 71 Laight Street, between Greenwich and Washington streets, the New York Post reported. The four-bedroom, five-bathroom condo takes up 4,986 square feet, the Post said.

Taconic Investment Partners developed the 33-unit building, which bears a metallic façade mirroring that of the 1905 warehouse original. Residents have access to a library, courtyard, gym and yoga studio. The three penthouses each feature a terrace, fireplace and “grand spaces for entertaining,” the Post said.

Also in Tribeca, DiCaprio looked at a 7,200-square-foot penthouse condo at 250 West Street that was asking $42 million, but is no longer on the market, the newspaper said.

Last month, he checked out apartments in Nolita and Soho, as well as a $30 million townhouse at 45 East 74th Street, as previously reported. [NYP, 3rd item]Mark Maurer


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