George and Amal Clooney's new sky-high pad:couple snap up Manhattan flat in a new tower with Joël Robuchon restaurant - designed by a British starchitect

The Clooneys have bought new apartment in a 63-storey tower designed by Norman Foster in Midtown Manhattan...

George and Amal Clooney are expanding their property portfolio with an off-plan apartment designed by British starchitect Norman Foster in Midtown Manhattan.

The Hollywood star and his human rights lawyer wife have plumped for a high-floor flat in sleek 63-storey One Hundred East Fifty Third (pictures below), adjacent to Mies van der Rohe’s famed Seagram Building.

Lord Foster, the brains behind The Gherkin and Wembley Stadium, has incorporated a gourmet marketplace in his New York tower, along with a fine dining restaurant to be run by star chef Joël Robuchon.

Other luxury services include a library, a 60ft sunlit swimming pool, a wellness facility, Pilates/ballet and yoga rooms, a sauna, and a spa treatment centre. The Clooneys are thought to have paid £12 million.




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