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Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen buy N.Y. condo

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Tom Brady and his supermodel spouse have bought another pricey piece of property. The couple, who, we’re betting, would be formidable Monopoly players, are spending $14 million on an apartment on the 47th floor of a landmark building in Manhattan, according to the New York Post. The tabloid reports that the Pats QB and his wife, Gisele Bundchen, are buying a three-bedroom condominium in the One Madison Park glass tower on East 22nd St. in New York. The apartment, which apparently has breathtaking views of the city, was crafted by Danish designer Thomas Juul-Hansen and features
“quarter-sawn white oak plank floors and oversized doors, a master bedroom with his and hers closets, a master bath with a soaking tub and custom double vanities,” according to the paper. Brady and Bundchen already own a sprawling mansion in Los Angeles, a seaside compound in Costa Rica, and are at work on another enormous house in Brookline. Bundchen previously owned a penthouse in the West Village and
Brady had a condo at Time Warner Center.

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