Madonna is reportedly designing her own two-story high-rise retreat in Tel Aviv, Israel.
The Material Girl has spent two years negotiating a $20 million deal for an enormous condo at the top of a skyscraper, according to TMZ.com.
It has a rooftop swimming pool, built-in gymnasium, and a panoramic view of the city, and sits at the top of a 42-floor building designed by famed architect Richard Meier.
The new uber-modern development, Meier-on-Rothschild Tower, features glass walls and panoramic sea views.
When the development was first announced in 2013, Madonna was pictured clutching a brochure for the development, and now that the project is nearing completion, the star is reported to have reopened discussions of a purchase.
The computer-generated graphics, which Madonna would have seen in her brochure, shows glass walls, double-height ceilings, and panoramic views of the city.
From the top of her tower, Madonna would be able to see Tel Aviv’s main beachfront promenade—filled with joggers, buggies, and Tel Aviv’s version of Boris bikers by day and bustling bars by night.
Pritzker prize-winning architect Richard Meier, whose previous achievements include the Barcelona Museum of Art and the Getty Centre in Los Angeles, has designed the iconic 42-story Meier-on-Rothschild Tower.