Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford to be George Clooney’s neighbor at Norman Foster’s Midtown tower

Posted On Wed, October 12, 2016 By

Posted On Wed, October 12, 2016 By In Celebrities, Midtown, Recent Sales

Rande Gerber and wife Cindy Crawford have purchased the apartment just upstairs from George and Amal Clooney’s at the Norman Foster-designed One Hundred East Fifty Third Street, according to Page Six. As 6sqft recently reported, the Clooneys just scooped up a high-floor (though not the $65 million penthouse they reportedly viewed) apartment at the glassy tower. Longtime pals Clooney and Gerber recently sold their matched pair of adjoining Mexican villas, christened Casamigos–the same name as the duo’s tequila brand, which is reportedly expanding its presence in New York City.

100 east 53rd street, one hundred east fifty third street, norman foster, seagram building

100 east 53rd street, one hundred east fifty third street, norman foster, seagram building

The condominium tower, which is being developed by Aby Rosen, is slated for completion next year. Interior details like wide-plank white oak flooring, 11-foot ceilings and sweeping city views are just a few of the new building’s attractions. Amenities will include a two-floor marketplace and restaurant by Michelin-starred French chef Joel Robuchon, a 24-hour attended lobby, a library, lounges and hotel-class services like a wellness center and spa with a 60-foot sunlit swimming pool and yoga and pilates rooms. Apartments at the building start at $2.6 million; available two-bedrooms are about $5 million.

100 east 53rd street, one hundred east fifty third street, norman foster, seagram building

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[One Hundred East Fifty Third Street at CityRealty.com]

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