Atoosa Rubenstein, everyone’s favorite cat lady, is moving her growing brood into bigger digs.
Ms. Rubenstein and commodities-trader husband Ari have purchased a palatial 4,300-square foot spread at 535 West End Avenue, city records show.
Ms. Rubenstein, the former whiz-kid editor of Seventeen and CosmoGIRL!, left the industry six years ago to start Big Momma Productions, a consultancy of sorts that appears to have done little other than maintain a vestigial web presence. Now she has three children, a rich husband and brand new condo on the Upper West Side.
“Every time someone’s like, ‘I saw you on TV!’, I think, ‘Nooo!’” said Atoosa Rubenstein, the editor in chief of Seventeen magazine, covering her eyes. “I feel like a D-list reality star.” It was the evening of Monday, Oct. 17, and she was standing at a club called AER in the meatpacking district, clutching a Read More
From behind her desk, Atoosa Rubenstein took a deep breath and knitted her brow, a signal that the 28-year-old editor in chief of Cosmogirl magazine was going to get serious and talk about that night a decade ago. Prom night. “You know, at the end of the day, it was fine ,” she said of Read More