Leonardo DiCaprio Just Sold This NYC Apartment For A $2 Million Loss

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You might know Leonardo DiCaprio from his small role on Growing Pains, or his large rolls in way less awesome movies like The Beach, Titanic, and others. I think we can all agree that compared to Growing Pains everything else in his career is peanuts. Anyway, as everyone knows, Leonardo DiCaprio is a wildly successful actor and he probably owns a lot of property. But he recently just sold an apartment in NYC for a $2 million loss. Makes you wonder why, doesn’t it?

In 2014, DiCaprio paid $10 million for the 3,663-square-foot, 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath condo in New York’s Greenwich Village. He is said not to have spent much time in the condo, and he was even renting it out since 2015 for $25,000 per month. For whatever reason, the Oscar-winning actor must have really wanted to dump the property if he was willing to take a $2 million loss. Maybe he needed a tax write off or maybe he just has so much money that $2 million was worth not having the headache of owning the property. Who knows!?!

Let’s take a look at this place, shall we? We’ll start with the floor plan.
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Yes, this is what $10,000,000 will buy you in New York City. Depressing, isn’ it?

 

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Perhaps Leo decided to offload it when he found out one of the rooms was being used as a children’s room. Ruined the entire apartment for him.

 

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That’s a nice office. I could easily write a Hallmark Channel christmas movie in that office.

 

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This bathroom is kind of pedestrian. Don’t love it. Don’t love it at all.

 

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How many models do you think that bed has seen?

 

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Kind of a cluttered area. So much going on. Too much, really.

 

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Ok, that kitchen is money. What’s not money is that you can see every one in the building next door. Leo must have hated that. For $25,000 a month rent I don’t want to know that other humans exist unless that is my choice.

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