The Real Deal Los Angeles

Tinder co-founder Sean Rad lists Westwood condo for $1.8M

Reinstated dating app CEO’s pad has a massive bathtub
March 01, 2016 04:00PM

Sean Rad Condo

Tinder co-founder Sean Rad and his condo at 10430 Wilshire Boulevard in Westwood

Tinder’s recently reinstated CEO Sean Rad is swiping left on his Los Angeles condo at the Mirabella building in Westwood. He listed the two-bedroom property for almost $1.8 million.  

Rad, who is from a wealthy Persian family in Bel Air, purchased the 2,298-square-foot, apartment in July 2012 for $1.3 million, Variety reports. The condo’s master suite has no art on the walls and is oddly-angled. It has a walk-in closet and leads out to one of the unit’s two terraces. There’s also a home office, a powder room and a marble bathtub that’s big enough for a party.  

The Wilshire Corridor condo sits in Westwood bordering Holmby Hills, Century City and Beverly Hills.

The building has 24-hour security, which is probably mandatory for a character like Rad, who leans hard into controversy. Rad was demoted to president of Tinder in the aftermath of a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against Tinder co-founder Justin Mateen by another Tinder co-founder, Whitney Wolfe. He was reinstated after a settlement was reached with Wolfe, who went on to create the now-popular dating app Bumble.

Rad also has a hard time swiping left on his stream-of-consciousness thoughts. In November, he gave a filter-free interview to the British newspaper London Evening Standard, in which he said that a “really, really famous” supermodel was “begging” him for sex. It was conveniently published right before Tinder parent company Match Group’s scheduled IPO, forcing Match to issue a statement disavowing the interview, and saying the company didn’t approve or condone it. [Variety] – Hannah Miet