This condo on Wilshire Boulevard—in an area known mostly for its popularity with grandparents–looks pretty grown up for a young man who made his money off a hookup app, but maybe that's why Tinder cofounder/recently reinstated CEO Sean Rad is unloading it. Variety reports that Rad bought the place in July 2012, just a few months before Tinder's launch, paying $1.3 million.
The slightly stodgy but undeniably posh Westwood residence has two terraces and large windows throughout, lighting up the living room and dining room area, sleeping quarters, and the marble counter tops in the ample kitchen. The two-bedroom unit also has two en-suite bathrooms and a powder room; in the master bedroom, there's a fireplace, "a closet-lined dressing corridor," and a walk-in closet.
Rad was temporarily unseated from his role as Tinder CEO in part for his involvement in and poor handling of a sexual harassment lawsuit brought against the company by another Tinder cofounder, Whitney Wolfe. (Wolfe went on to found Bumble, the Tinder-esque dating app that requires women to begin an interaction by swiping first.) Rad returned to his role as CEO this past August.
A few weeks later, says Variety, he bought a $7.5-million penthouse in the same Westwood building as Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Yolanda Foster—just a few blocks away from this one.