Scott Disick’s grandfather is a luxury resort developer

Everyone knows Scott Disick from the Pop Culture Royalty Kardashians, as Kourtney Kardashian’s partner, baby Mason’s father, (and as American Psycho Patrick Bateman lookalike) but Scott’s family is also involved in luxury resort development and fractional real estate.

Scott was born May 26, 1983 to Jeff and Bonnie Disick in Eastport, Long Island, NY, where he grew up. He reportedly attended The Ross School, a East Hampton private school. We got to see Scott take Kourtney and Mason to visit his parents in the Hamptons on Kourtney and Kim Take New York.

According to Wetpaint, Scott’s privileged upbringing is thanks to grandfather David M. Disick, a successful NY attorney, and businessman who became a high-end fractional real estate developer. He’s developed a number of luxury resorts including Frank Klammer Lodge in Telluride, Colorado, which was the first property to use the term “private residence club.”


David M. Disick, Scott's ballin' grandpa

David, who currently lives in Orlando, wrote a book, and maintains a website with tips about  fractional real estate development ( website here, he’s also got a Twitter account here.) Fractional real estate managed shares of ownership in a luxury resort (like a time share,) and private residence clubs are the high-end, luxury part of the fractional real estate market.

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