President Obama raised nearly $1 million for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and other Democrats' re-election efforts in Manhattan Friday night at the uptown home of a British shipping magnate.

The president headlined a Democratic National Committee "roundtable" with some 30 donors who paid $33,400 each to attend the event held at the east side four-story brownstone of George Logothetis and his wife Nitzia.

The event was closed to the press and the White House provided only a read-out of the name of the hosts and the amount each person paid to attend.

London-born Logothesis, who comes from a wealthy Greek family, expanded his father's shipping business from just two ships to 70, according to the Daily Mail, and then turned the company into the Libra Group, which runs luxury hotels, including the Grace Santorini in Greece and leases plans and helicopter with other enterprises in renewable energy.

It's at least the second time the couple hosted Obama for a fundraiser, having provided their home in upstate New York for a similar event last year.

Obama has responded in kind, naming George Logothetis to the board of My Brother's Keeper, a nonprofit the president launched to help boost young black men and other minorities' chances of staying in school and seeking higher education.

After the fundraiser, the president and his daughters, Sasha and Malia, who is interning in Brooklyn at HBO for the summer, and a few friends dined at Carbone restaurant, an upscale Italian restaurant, in Greenwich Village.

Obama and the girls reportedly are expected to hit Saturday's matinee performance of the hip-hop musical Hamilton at Broadway's Richard Rodgers Theater.

The president is set to stay at Millennium's ONE UN New York hotel, a break from his usual visit to the Waldorf Astoria when in Manhattan amid fears that the hotel could be bugged after it was sold to a Chinese company last year.