Rick Ross Eyes $75M Price Tag for The Promised Land Estate

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA - MARCH 05: Rapper Rick Ross performs onstage during the Legendz Of The Streetz Tour Reloaded at State Farm Arena on March 05, 2023 in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)
Rick Ross is upgrading his Georgia mansion.

Rick Ross has spent the past few months upgrading his palatial Georgia estate, The Promised Land. "I’m about to spend $5million on porcelain floors on the entire Promise Land. 55,000 square feet," Ross said in March. "I wanted to see what two slabs would look like side-by-side,” Rick Ross said. “Antolini, made in Italy. No, this is none of that other stuff. This is made in Italy. There won’t be no carpet nowhere. It’s only Antolini. Right here, you going to see them veins. I told them I want the veins to be running together, and then on that side, I’m going to make a lap. That bitch going to be like, ‘Antolini, Antolini, Antolini.’”

Before retiling the entire complex, Ross installed a unique table in his brunch area in December. “I just had my table delivered, been waiting on this a long time. This is my amazing brunch area, but guess what we did? I bought a motor from a 757 airliner. That’s right, an airplane! A 757 airliner. Had the blades polished, had the lights inserted. I can change the lights any color I want to. Had the table top – the top glass – cut. This is a Ricky Rozay customization.”

Ross Looks At $75M In Total Value

BONNER SPRINGS, KANSAS - APRIL 28: Rick Ross during the Kelce Jam at Azura Amphitheatre on April 28, 2023 in Bonner Springs, Kansas. (Photo by Barry Brecheisen/Getty Images)

“PROMISE LAND will be worth an estimated 75 MILLION when I’m done," Ross proclaimed. However, it's unclear what Ross' end goal is. Is he simply putting his signature flair on the property? Or is he looking to move on from Georgia and find a new owner for The Promised Land? At the very least, that plan wouldn't go into effect until July at the earliest. Ross is set to host the second edition of his car show in early June. That is if he's able to overcome a legal challenge from his neighbors. His neighbors are currently attempting to block the festival, citing the disruption from last year's event.

However, Ross will join a trend of celebrities flipping their mansions if he does sell. Earlier this month, Drake sold his Beverly Hills mansion for $88 million. Meanwhile, Rihanna just dropped $21 million to buy a "mansion in the sky" in Los Angeles. Meanwhile, earlier in the year, Kim Kardashian spent $48 million on a mansion in Malibu.


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Benjamin Mock (they/them) is a sports and culture writer working out of Philadelphia. Previously writing for the likes of Fixture, Dexerto, Fragster, and Jaxon, Ben has dedicated themselves to engaging and accessible articles about sports, esports, and internet culture. With a love for the weirder stories, you never quite know what to expect from their work.