WADOO!!News: Scott Disick Looking to Buy $6 Million Luxury Penthouse in Tel Aviv: See the Amazing Pics!
The Kardashians are taking Tel Aviv!
Kourtney Kardashian‘s man Scott Disick is currently in talks to buy a $6 million luxury penthouse in a high-rise building in the Israeli city, a source confirms to E! News. The unit, which is still under construction and can be customized to Scott’s personal taste, is 2,000 square-feet with an additional 2,000 square-foot balcony terrace that looks right out onto the Mediterranean Sea.
The specific type of property that Scott is looking at is a junior penthouse in the ultra-modern building. The luxury oceanfront high-rise already has several Forbes 400 residents lined up in addition to the Keeping Up With the Kardashians stars.
But Scott isn’t looking to move his family of five to Tel Aviv full time. The insider tells us the 31-year-old is just looking to bulk up his real estate investment portfolio.
“He’s going to invest in a lot of properties,” the source tells E! News.
Tomer Fridman, Executive Vice President International Markets Middle East and Europe at Ewing and Associates Sotheby’s International Realty, who specializes in residential estate properties and large-scale projects throughout Los Angeles and across Israel, is reportedly negotiating the deal.
The new multi-million dollar penthouse definitely looks like it will have enough room to fit Scott, Kourtney, Mason, Penelope and their new baby boy Reign comfortably, if they ever chose to use the property for a vacation stay (these pics are renderings of the unit). And you can bet Kim Kardashian, Khloé Kardashian and the rest of their famous fam will pay visits!
Check out the amazing photos for yourself!
Posted on January 8, 2015, in NEWS, PHOTOS and tagged $6 Million, Ewing and Associates Sotheby's International Realty, Executive Vice President International Markets Middle East and Europe, Khloé Kardashian, Kim Kardashian, Kourtney, Los Angeles, Mason, multi-million dollar, Penelope, penthouse, Scott, Tomer Fridman. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.