Nicole Kidman, 53 and Keith Urban, 52, have expanded their global real estate portfolio after purchasing a lavish apartment in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan, New York.
The Hollywood couple, whose ownership empire includes a 20-room Nashville mansion and sprawling estate in the NSW Southern Highlands, has reportedly splashed $ 5 million on the two-bedroom path.
Located in a recently refurbished block by renowned architects McKim, Mead & White, the flat has chevron-patterned oak floors, high ceilings, large arched windows and marble countertops.
Urban Luxury: Nicole Kidman, 53 and Keith Urban, 52, have expanded their global real estate portfolio after purchasing a lavish apartment in the Tribeca neighborhood of Manhattan, New York
According to the New York PostA major advantage for Nicole are the three separate entrances to the building, which provide complete privacy for the celebrity couple.
“That’s one reason she liked it – and there is a garage where she can drive her car,” a source told the publication.
The actress and her country music star also own another apartment in New York, located in the trendy Chelsea enclave.
Cha Ching! The Hollywood couple (pictured), whose ownership empire includes a 20-room Nashville mansion and sprawling estate in the NSW Southern Highlands, reportedly splashed $ 5 million on the two-bedroom path
The complex also offers an indoor pool, fitness center with private training rooms and roof gardens with cabana lounges.
Purchased in 2010, the A-lister couple coughed up $ 13.53 million for the design duplex, which has three bedrooms, two terraces, and a floating parking lot.
Nicole and Keith’s new addition comes when they are faced with backlash from ordinary Australians because they have been given special permission not to stay in a quarantine hotel two weeks after arriving in Sydney.
Sleek: Located in a recently refurbished block by famed architects McKim, Mead & White, the flat has chevron-patterned oak floors, high ceilings, large arched windows and marble countertops
Along with their daughters Sunday, 12, and Faith, nine, Nicole and Keith flew in a private jet from Tennessee to Sydney before being taken to their $ 6.5 million Southern Highlands estate.
After news of the exemption made headlines, some Australians angrily suggested that travel restrictions for COVID-19 seem to affect only ordinary people, not the rich and famous.
A fan smoked on social media: “This is so wrong! First the bloody Dannii Minogue and now these two. Completely unfair and wrong!
A-list apartment: The complex also offers an indoor pool (photo), a fitness center with private training rooms and roof gardens with cabana lounges
“If we all have to do it and no one gets exemptions, EVERYONE should do it! And they wonder why people are going to break the rules. ‘
Another wrote: “Two different laws: one for the rich and powerful and one for the common person.”
“Why a special treatment?” a third asked emphatically.
Opulence: The bathroom offers clean lines and a semi-free standing bath, as well as luscious marble walls and floors
However, many others pointed out that they didn’t see a problem with the couple staying at home for two weeks.
A supporter wrote, “This is the right decision. They have their own property, why not? They both deserve a little credit for promoting Australia every day … Welcome home. ‘
Another said, “Why is everyone going on? They isolate themselves at home, but not in a hotel. So what if they are stars? They still need to isolate themselves from everyone. ‘
No hotel quarantine for us! Nicole and Keith (pictured at the Golden Globes in January) received special treatment when they arrived in Australia from the US on Monday
A similar comment read, “I don’t see why people stumble. As long as they remain in quarantine, what and where does it matter where they do it? ‘
The Down Under couple’s arrival comes after Nicole got the green light to film her new TV series, Nine Perfect Strangers, in Australia.
Based on the 2018 novel by Liane Moriarty, the production will reportedly inject $ 100 million into the struggling local film industry by creating hundreds of jobs.
Not impressed: “This is so wrong! First the bloody Dannii Minogue and now these two. Completely unfair and wrong! “a fan smokes on social media
“Why do people stumble?” However, many others pointed out that they didn’t see a problem with the couple staying at home for two weeks
There are strict COVID-19 restrictions, according to local news reports, and production is based on Nicole and Keith’s home in the Southern Highlands.
Cast and crew members flying from abroad or the Interstate are quarantined in a hotel for 14 days upon arrival in NSW.
Nicole and her fellow producers will also be responsible for paying all medical and security costs.
Bringing the Big Money Down Under: The Down Under Couple Comes After Nicole Gets Green to Film Her New TV Series, Nine Perfect Strangers, in Australia
A-list cast: Nicole also stars in the series alongside an A-list Hollywood cast, including Melissa McCarthy (pictured), Luke Evans and Manny Jacinto