Ryan Seacrest Checked Out a $32.5 Million Penthouse

After months of searching, it seems Ryan Seacrest still can’t make up his mind when it comes to selecting an apartment.

Seacrest, who took over permanent co-hosting duties for Live with Kelly and Ryan alongside Kelly Ripa in May, departed his 150 Charles Street rental earlier this year, reportedly heading to a luxe townhouse all the way up on East 68th Street. But it appears the $75,000 a month Upper East Side rental just wasn’t the right fit for Seacrest, as he’s been seen checking out a number of apartments downtown.

He was apparently quite taken with a $24.5 million West Village penthouse at the Shephard, which he toured multiple times, but now he might be considering Tribeca.

Ryan Seacrest wants to move back downtown. Rich Fury/Getty Images

Seacrest toured two separate penthouses at 56 Leonard, reports the New York Post, including a 6,400-square-foot unit on the 53rd floor.

A private elevator opens into the foyer of the four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom condo, which features 14-foot ceilings and white oak flooring throughout. The living room has a wood-burning fireplace and a south-facing terrace, which the $32.5 million listing, shared by Compass brokers Toni Haber and Leonard Steinberg, notes is “sunset (south)—facing,” so maybe Seacrest’s Instagram will have a new influx of skyline photos.

Seacrest brought his girlfriend, Shayna Taylor, with him. John Sciulli/Getty Images for MOCA

The open kitchen has Miele appliances and comes with the option to close it off from the separate dining area.

The bedrooms are in a separate wing of the apartment and the master suite includes a lounge area that leads to a private terrace, plus three walk-in closets and an adjacent room that could be used as a study or a workout room—just in case the building’s lavish amenities including a gym and swimming pool aren’t enough.

Seacrest, whose girlfriend Shayna Taylor accompanied him on the tour of the apartment, also peeked at a penthouse on the 54th floor, listed for $28.5 million. It just so happens to be one of the units int he building Floyd Mayweather reportedly eyed a few weeks ago.

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