Following 61 Fifth Avenue's first, failed launch in July 2013, two of the four apartments in the Greenwich Village boutique luxury building are back on the market under the command of Elliman broker and Million Dollar Listing star Fredrik Eklund. The building at the corner of 13th Street first quietly slid onto the market in July 2013, but was pulled in January after several months of inactivity. Will new lead Eklund's effervescent charm be enough to sell the pricey pads? Probably. Let's take a look: the 4,326-square-foot duplex residence with three bedrooms and three-and-a-half bathrooms is asking $11.995 million. Also on the market, the four-bedroom, four-bathroom triplex penthouse with 5,924-square-feet of indoor living space and 1,901-square-feet of private terrace and outdoor space is asking $29.995 million.
Pricing has changed only slightly between 61 Fifth Avenue's July 2013 launch and now. One of its two duplexes originally wanted $12.975 million, and the penthouse has bumped its price just slightly from $28.5 million. Guess Ekland saw something in the joint that the former listers over at Sotheby's did not.
· Listing: 611 Fifth Avenue, Residence 1 [Elliman]
· 61 Fifth Avenue, Penthouse [Elliman]
· All 61 Fifth Avenue coverage [Curbed]