Attention, paparazzi: It’s Leonardo DiCaprio’s 11th Hour in his current New York abode. He’s Departed (or will soon) for a new LEED-certified condo in Manhattan’s Battery Park City neighborhood.

DiCaprio’s new digs are quite the eco-residence, featuring solar panels, a green roof, and units "decked out with locally obtained renewable materials and low- or nonpollutant paints, sealants, and adhesives."

Of course, the place also features a 50-foot lap pool, dog spa, and in-house branch of the New York Public Library. But who’s counting?

Hey, Leo, invite me up?

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Update: Curious about the price of green living? Well, at 1 River Terrace in Manhattan (Leo’s new addy), it’s about $880,000 for an 865 square foot one-bedroom unit and about $5.9 million for a 3,560 square foot four-bedroom. According to NY Condo Blog, those prices are comparable to the neighborhood average — about $1,350 per square foot. Talk about coughing up some green!

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