Boss Moves: New Homeowner Rick Ross Has Big Plans For Evander Holyfield’s Old Mansion


Stacy-Ann Ellis / February 7, 2014

At the top of the year, Rick Ross upgraded his living situation. He copped the sprawling, 109-room mansion that Evander Holyfield lost to foreclosure.
The Atlanta spectacle (which he closed on Tuesday) has it’s own movie theater, bowling alley, tennis court, handball court, seven-stall horse barn, softball field, dining room that can hold 100 people and possibly the largest pool in the U.S. with over 350,000 gallons of water.
A few weeks ago, Meek Mill posted a flick of Ross’ new digs, saying, “@richforever new crib is unreal!”

It sure is. But what’s most amazing about Rozay’s new purchase is what he plans to do with all that space. He’s wanted to buy the property for years, and now that his dream has been realized, he wants to share the space with kids without access to such luxurious digs.
“I just felt like me acquiring that property is me really speaking to some kids and giving them that same passion and they’re looking in my eyes and me telling them, ‘Yo, this is real,’ he told REVOLT. ““I feel like somebody needs to see that. Somebody needs that inspiration. So, we’re going to open the doors to the kids of New Orleans, from Atlanta, from Miami and open their minds a little bit.”
Flip through to see the beautiful space.