Unlike many New Yorkers, Cody Rigsby was spinning his wheels during lockdown — in a good way.
As Peloton’s celebrity cycling director, Rigsby was dubbed the “King of Quarantine,” bonding with more than 100,000 people who remotely tuned into classes he taught in isolation from the main spin studio.
Now he’s just closed on a $1.46 million Williamsburg penthouse, according to property records.
Rigsby, 34, recently teased that he’s a new “home owner” — sharing the good news with his 767,000 followers on Instagram.
“I don’t know what the f–k I’m doing with all this adulting and responsibility but we’re gonna figure it out,” he gushed in a post. “As someone who has experienced homelessness in my life, this is huge accomplishment that I’m so proud of.”
His 1,000-square-foot pad features two bedrooms, two bathrooms and comes with a massive, 1,709-square-foot wrap terrace, which is even more appealing in a post-pandemic world.
Inside, there’s a foyer that leads to an open dining room/living room and chef’s kitchen, along with white oak floors and oversize windows.
Both bedrooms open to the terrace, which comes with a built-in grill.
Building amenities include a gym, bike room, private storage and on-site parking that can be purchased.
There’s also a common roof deck with a grill and views of the Brooklyn and Manhattan skyline.
The listing brokers are Ryan Serhant, Jim Hayes, Brad Mohr and Jen Alese of Serhant.