The Academy Award-winning actress Anne Hathaway shares with her husband Adam Shulman a luxury apartment in the same building where they own a de-luxe pad, which was listed after less than a year since they bought it for a little over $4 million. The only reason why they purchased the waterfron pad was to use it as a storage space for their designer clothes and furniture. Its location, on the ninth floor of the famous Brooklyn Clocktower building, is self-explanatory of the prestigious chic property which is natural-light filled and sunlight splashed. The 16 over-sized windows make the pad look like a glass wall home which enjoys the city’s atmosphere and stunning views of the Manhattan’s skyline, Statue of Liberty and Brooklyn Bridge.
Gerard Butler’s medieval castle-style bachelor pad in Manhattan
Being fascinated by the ‘craziness’ of the Big Apple, actor Gerard Butler bought this medieval castle-style double-story loft in Chelsea, Manhattan’s West Side neighborhood, noted for its art galleries, fantastic nightlife, great shopping spots and recreation at the Piers.