Leonardo DiCaprio Lists Another Home; Matt Damon Scopes Out $40M Brooklyn Manse

And the penthouse at 42 Crosby is in contract for $25 million

Leonardo DiCaprio is still keeping plenty of his other properties/
Leonardo DiCaprio is still keeping plenty of his other properties/ Yuriko Nakao/Getty Images

Kelsey Grammer is teaming up with tech CEO Larry Mueller to sell their apartments at 100 Eleventh Avenue. The two listed a combination condo in the Jean Nouvel-designed building $19.6 million, after (unsuccessfully) trying to part ways with their individual units. The four-bedroom, 3.5-bath combo apartment takes up the entire nineteenth floor of the building, and will encompass 5,750 square feet. Both Grammer and Mueller previously resided at 15 Central Park West before making their way downtown (Grammer rented, Mueller owned), though now they’ve both apparently decided it’s time to get out of West Chelsea. Where to next? (Luxury Listings)

Annabelle Selldorf-designed 42 Crosby launched sales just last week, but the penthouse is already in contract for $25 million. The 5,852-square-foot duplex is at the top of the ten-unit building, with five bedrooms and seven bathrooms, and two stainless steel kitchens. We’re not sure who bought the unit just yet, though we do know they will get to enjoy the views from floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors and have access to a 4,024-square-foot private terrace. CORE brokers Shaun Osher and Adrian Noreiga had the listing at the Atlas Capital Group-developed condo. (The Real Deal)

On the West Coast, Leonardo DiCaprio listed his Malibu house on Carbon Beach last week for $10.95 million, and now he’s putting his much-smaller home in Studio City on the market for $2.395 million. The four-bedroom, three-bathroom San Fernando Valley house is situated on just over one-third of an acre, and DiCaprio purchased it for $2.05 million in March 2014 from his cousin and business associate, Robert Hrtica. The house features multiple fireplaces, multi-paned glass doors, a swimming pool, and bamboo floors, though it’s not exactly the crown jewel of DiCaprio’s real estate holdings—he also owns a house in Silver Lake, two homes in the Bird Streets neighborhood, a house in Palm Springs, and three condos in the Manhattan. (Variety)

Matt Damon and his wife Luciana Barroso toured an enormous mansion in Brooklyn Heights this week, listed for a staggering $40 million. 3 Pierrepont Place is the most expensive home in Brooklyn at the moment, with 16 bedrooms, 16 bathrooms, and nine fireplaces spread out over 17,354 square feet. The 40-foot-wide house, for which Corcoran broker Vicki Negron is sharing the listing with Brown Harris Stevens broker Paula Del Nunzio, was once the home of former New York City mayor and Columbia University president Seth Low. Hopefully, Damon has better luck with this one than with that 7,000-square-foot unit at 535 West End Avenue—he reportedly was outbid there in 2012. (New York Post)

More luxury development is popping up on the Lower East Side—condos at Ben Shaoul’s 196 Orchard hit the market this week. The 94 condos in the eleven-story building start at $1.075 million for a studio, and go up to $5.59 million for a three-bedroom. The building, which will include a “rooftop park” also known as a 4,100-square-foot landscaped terrace, is adjacent to iconic Katz’s Deli, and is situated on top of a perhaps less iconic Equinox. (DNA Info) Leonardo DiCaprio Lists Another Home; Matt Damon Scopes Out $40M Brooklyn Manse