- Birthday1st Jan, 70
- Birth PlaceUnited States
- Marital statusMarried
Born in 1952 in Ukraine’s small town Mukachevo, middle aged business tycoon Alexander Rovt holds a prominent position in Forbes list of billionaires with a net worth of $1,200 million. With schooling from his home town and graduation from Lvov Institute of Trade & Economics, Alexander Rovt started earning his living by selling jewellery, but was destined to make a mark in the field of fertilizers. So, he started selling fertilizers as a salesman and was good at clinching deals for IBE Trade Corp. With significant progress in his career over a period of 15 years, Rovt became the president of IBE Trade. Today, his company controls 12% of ammonia and 6% of ammonium nitrate supply of the world. Alexander works with global clients, and with the intention to grow and diversifying his business, he is investing in real estate and has recently acquired 14 buildings in New York.
Now based in United States, fertilizer kingpin Mr. Rovt also held positions relating to agriculture and food in the Republic of Hungary. A Trustee of Medical Center and Brookdale University Hospital, Rovt is also a Member of the Small Business Advisory Board of the New York State Senate. With a firm believe that extra zeroes in assets add more responsibility of service and work, this philanthropic businessman generously donates and put sincere personal efforts and participation to serve the humanity. With a small knitted family, Alexander Rovt lives with his wife and children. Personally, he likes playing Tennis, maintaining spas at leisure and utilizes every opportunity to spend time with his friends, who were with him during tough times.
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Top notch New York property, Henry T. Sloane mansion is now the property of industrialist Alexander Rovt. He didn’t buy it in the old fashioned way, he snapped up this Manhattan town house for $33 million. However, there is a significant story associated with this purchase; Rovt didn’t actually buy this property, neither at the auction nor in traditional home sale. Alexander Rovt bought the bank note as there was no buyer for this property that debuted on the sale list with an asking price of $33 million. Unfortunately, no buyer surfaced and the estates price reduced and reduced to $37.9 million, as it faced foreclosure auction. Now, Rovt is planning to restore the residence into a single family house, and will live here.
Location: Henry T. Sloane mansion is located at 18 East 68th Street, between Fifth Avenues and Madison, New York, United States.
Accommodation: The residence boasts Beaux-Arts touches and total of 30 rooms.
East 63rd Street Townhouse
Alexander Rovt’s 11,400-square-foot house in Manhattan is a real paradise featuring a marvelous architecture and exquisite detailing. Alexander bought the mammoth mansion in 2005, from Rocky Aoki for $4.7 million and spent another $18 million on its renovation.
Location: The gorgeous mansion is located in East 63rd Street in Manhattan, New York, USA.
Accommodation: Spread over 11,400-square-foot, the plush home is built in an Empire style featuring mahogany-paneled walls, portraits of Napoleon’s family, Corinthian-style columns, bold jewel-toned tiling, carved moldings, hand-painted silk wallpaper and antique furniture imported from Europe. The home features four bedrooms, including one master bedroom which includes a 19th-century bed and marvelous gold-leafed detailing. The living room offers the feel of the 19th century design featuring European furniture, mahogany floors, marvelous chairs, an oval shape mirror and a gorgeous chandelier.
The plush home features eight full and five half baths. The master bath features solid-14-karat-gold fixtures, sinks embellished in fairy tale motifs, and bright finishing. The home also includes a wood-paneled library, a gourmet kitchen designed by Clive Christian, a gorgeously carved antique coffee table a cigar room featuring a billiards table, and a scarlet-hued media room featuring plush comfy seats. The design award winning swimming pool room in the basement features hand crafted aqua glass tiles and wall paintings of cockatoos.