Tinder CEO breaks up with Wilshire penthouse
Guess it wasn’t a match after all.
Tinder CEO Sean Rad is selling his Wilshire Corridor penthouse for a smidgen below $9 million. The asking price would give him a fast and sweet profit of $1.5 million less than a year after scoring the pad.
The dating app co-founder first acquired the 5,300-square-foot property in late 2015, Variety reported, just months after he was reinstated as CEO after being briefly ousted over a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by Tinder co-founder Whitney Wolfe, who went on to found Bumble.
The Agency’s Brendan Fitzpatrick has the listing.
The three-bedroom condo in the Carlyle at 10776 Wilshire Boulevard features 13-foot ceilings, double bathrooms in the master suite and multiple terraces that face the Santa Monica mountains.
Rad is opting for a more wholesome spread — a 5,085-square-foot family house — just above the Sunset Strip. He bought the gated home for $7.65 million, Variety reported, from film exec Paul Hanneman. In March, Rad listed another Wilshire Corridor condo for $1.8 million. [Variety] — Cathaleen Chen