Fanatics CEO Michael Rubin has added a second New York penthouse to his impressive real estate portfolio after snapping up Ryan Seacrest’s apartment last year
He already owns a $50 million beachfront mansion in the Hamptons and a $43 million five-bedroom penthouse in New York, but DailyMail.com can exclusively reveal that billionaire Fanatics Michael’s real estate portfolio Rubin has grown “a little” bigger.
A real estate insider told DailyMail.com the 51-year-old tycoon has bought a second apartment in New York – owned until recently by American Idol host Ryan Seacrest.
Rubin’s new pad is the other penthouse in the same building as his current penthouse – the ultra-luxury West Village condo block at 160 Leroy Street.
A source with knowledge of the deal told DailyMail.com: ‘Michael bought the second penthouse a year ago and he’s combining them.
Last year, a four-bedroom apartment on the eighth floor of the same building sold for $11.7 million after being on the market for just under two months.
According to a listing seen by DailyMail.com, the glamorous home has “spectacular views of the Hudson River”, a kitchen adorned with marble countertops and Scandinavian larch cabinets, four marble bathrooms and an “oversized” walk-in closet. .
But the costs of the new penthouse have likely eclipsed those of the apartment – when the property, named Penthouse South, last sold in 2017, it cost $31.5 million.
Rubin’s glamorous apartment, located in the ultra-luxurious West Village 160 Leroy Street condo block, features luxury fittings and four bedrooms, but also has its own rooftop terrace
Sources tell DailyMail.com that Rubin is now planning to combine Penthouse South with Penthouse North to create a luxury mega-condo
The unit has a “midnight bar”, its own private elevator, a media room and a 5,000 square foot rooftop terrace with its own private swimming pool – which will soon be connected to that of the South Penthouse
Like the apartment, the 15th floor has luxury amenities and four bedrooms, but also has its own roof terrace with a summer kitchen.
The master bedroom also has a ‘midnight bar’ for late night drinks and an expansive walk-in closet.
Rubin’s first penthouse — Penthouse North, which he bought in 2018 for $43.5 million — already has five bedrooms, so the newly combined property will have nine.
In addition to multiple bedrooms, Rubin’s new mega-condo has its own private elevator, media room, and 5,000-square-foot rooftop terrace with its own private pool — soon to be connected to Penthouse South’s.
If that’s not enough, amenities at the Ian Schrager-designed condominium include a full spa with a 70-foot pool and hot tub, a gym, and a clubhouse with a catering kitchen.
Seacrest, who himself is no stranger to luxury properties, also lived in a $75,000-a-month townhouse in New York’s upscale Lennox Park neighborhood and previously owned a home in swanky Beverly Hills. in California.
Rubin bought his first penthouse in the luxury condominium complex for $43 million in 2018. The Ian Schrager-designed building offers ‘spectacular views of the Hudson River’
Last month, Rubin, 49, and his girlfriend, Camille Fishel, 32, welcomed 350 celebrities, models, influencers and business titans to their massive $50 million Bridgehampton pad for a July 4th party.
Seacrest lives in a $75,000-a-month townhouse (left) in New York’s upscale Lennox Park neighborhood
According to an Architectural Digest profile, the $11 million townhouse dates back to 1879 and was completely remodeled before the Good Morning America host moved in.
Inside the plush cushion are six bedrooms, a personal elevator, and a foyer adorned with black limestone flooring.
The house also includes a well-maintained 30-foot vertical garden and no less than six wood-burning fireplaces.
Photos show the airy home is decorated in soothing cream and neutral tones and features a white marble kitchen with a matching breakfast counter.
But it’s former Philadelphia 76’ers boss Rubin’s other home in the Hamptons that’s garnering the most attention.
Earlier this month, the $51million block made headlines when it was used to host the billionaire’s 4th of July party which saw guests dressed in white including Tom Brady, Kim Kardashian and Leonardo DiCaprio come down to the house.
Photos from the exclusive event showed Rubin (second from left) posing with high-profile guests including Tom Brady, Travis Scott and Quavo
Rubin shared a video from her wild 4th of July party in the Hamptons on social media showing A-list stars Jay-Z, Beyoncé, Leonardo DiCaprio and Emily Ratajkowski dancing the night away at the beachfront mansion
Kim Kardashian was among the A-listers who attended the star-studded White Party last month
The luxury mansion, which Rubin picked up in 2020, has been given a contemporary makeover and now features 360-degree floor-to-ceiling windows on both floors – to better take in the stunning views of the ‘ocean.
Perched on two acres of land, the property has two separate decks: one on the upper level and a second observation deck with a jacuzzi installed on it.
In addition to this, the house also has a large swimming pool, a private sauna, a spa and a full size tennis court.
The sleek, modern interiors were on full display in photos taken at the 4th of July party – with many celebrity guests later posting pictures of themselves at the party on social media.
Among them was Rubin himself who posted photos of himself at the party on his Instagram page, adding: ‘An amazing night with amazing people’.
Guests who posted with the billionaire included Brady, DiCaprio, French soccer star Kylian Mbappe, as well as Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez.