Leonardo DiCaprio has found a new place to call hime: a condo in New York City’s greenest housing development. The new $3-million pad is part of Riverhouse, a 254-unit complex in NYC’s Battery Park City.
Leo’s new apartment is made form sustainable materials and uses solar power. The 11th Hour narrator’s new building also contains a yoga studio and an outpost of the New York Public Library!
"Riverhouse is a prime example of how green technology is both accessible and achievable," the actor’s rep says.
Meanwhile, a source tells OK! that Terminator Salvation: The Future Begins producers Derek Anderson and Victor Kubicek are torn between casting Leo and Jude Law, 35, for a lead role in a Broadway run of Tennessee Williams’ play Masks Outrageous and Austere. A movie actress is also "in talks," and Karl Lagerfeld is designing costumes.