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The CEO and founder of dating app Tinder is moving on from his “swipe right” days, selling his bachelor pad along the Wilshire Corridor and purchasing a proper family home in West Hollywood.
Sean Rad just listed his three-bedroom, five-bath condo in Westwood at The Carlyle residences building at 10776 Wilshire Blvd. for $8,995 million. He purchased the condo a year ago for $7.5 million.
Last year, Rad stepped down as CEO of the dating app, which is owned by IAC, following a sexual harassment lawsuit brought by his co-founder Whitney Wolfe. He stayed on at the company and six months later ended up returning to the same role as CEO. According to a source close to the 30-year-old Beverly Hills-native, the sale of the condo and purchase of his new home is a signal that he has “graduated” from his bad-boy, bachelor ways.
Tinder CEO Sean Rad’s condo on the Wilshire corridor.
Rad purchased a four-bedroom, five-bath 5,300-square-foot West Hollywood house on Doheny for $7.65 million. The stone gravel driveway, wrought iron gates, and colonnaded bay windows give the home an English rustic look. The grounds are lushly landscaped with vines and hedges. Two large palm trees anchor the backyard that has a trellised outdoor seating area and a pool. The two-story home has hardwood floors, a curving staircase in the entryway and French doors in the living area that open onto the backyard. An entertaining room offers brown wood paneling and a marbled table top bar.
Brendan Fitzpatrick with The Agency is the listing agent for the condo.