Although he’s invested in brand new Chelsea condo, Ricky Van Veen still has to sell his old place in the West Village. Mr. Van Veen surely has fond memories of his former digs from whence he launched his much documented foraging expeditions. All good things must ultimately be sold, however, including (and maybe especially) N.Y.U.-adjacent bachelor pads.
College Humor founder Ricky Van Veen is known for his love of West Village restaurants. The comedian turned rising media mogul will have to soon refine his palate, as the funny man has moved uptown. Well, to Chelsea, anyways.
Ricky, nee Richard Raphael Van Veen (no, that is not a joke), just bought a $2.45 million condo, according to city records. The two-bedroom, two-bath place is located in tony development The Campiello Collection on West 17th Street, a surprisingly conventional choice for the comedic wunderkind.
After ten years creating online comedy content geared toward making frat boys chuckle from their laptops, CollegeHumor co-creator and editor in chief Ricky Van Veen is graduating to a new venture at Barry Diller’s IAC. By the end of this year, he’ll transition into a position as chief executive of Notional, a CollegeHumor Read More
On Thursday, Feb. 5, the spacious lobby of Barry Diller‘s IAC iceberg building along the West Side Highway was filled with shaggy-haired 20-something guys in ill-fitting suits and 20-something tattooed girls in H&M dresses, who were there to celebrate the premiere of MTV’s The College Humor Show.
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Meg Chrisner thought it all looked just perfect, even though the party had been put together on the cheap. And true, the “models” were just friends, and friends of friends. And the liquor had been bought for all of $432—in Jersey, no less!
The evening sounded just like a fantasy of a reality show. Nike Read More