The Bravo series about buying and selling in New York is back.
The Million Dollar Listing New York star bought the place in 2014
Frankel first listed the two-bedroom condo in February for $5.25 million, but it hasn’t had any takers.
The Bravo-famous duo are getting into the flipping game, with a renovated apartment at 10 Madison Square West on the market.
The gang travels to Paris for Fredrik’s 40th birthday blowout, where drama—and some happy news—ensues.
The MDLNY boys are going to Paris! But first, there are celebrity deals to be made, and smaller listings to sell.
Ryan’s moody, Steve’s got an oddball listing, and Fredrik loses a big deal on this week’s episode of Million Dollar Listing.
Here’s what happened on this week’s Million Dollar Listing New York.
Gentrification? Yep, this week’s episode of MDLNY is going there.
Fredrik is still trying to clean up the mess from 5 Beekman, and an old friend returns—and has big plans in store.
On this week’s episode, developers and sellers refuse to admit it’s so not 2013 anymore.
On this week’s episode, there’s quirky architecture, picky clients, and more of a certain Instagram celebrity.
Difficult clients and huge deals are the name of the game on this week’s episode of Million Dollar Listing New York.
On this week’s ‘Million Dollar Listing New York,’ setting the stage for a Bethenny-and-Fredrik spin-off
More drama, and thankfully, some new real estate were the focus of this week’s Million Dollar Listing New York. Let’s take a look at both!
There are few new properties, but plenty of drama, on this week’s episode.
It's season six of Million Dollar Listing New York, where three brokers—Fredrik Eklund, Ryan Serhant, and new guy Steve Gold—show the world what it takes to sell high-priced New York City apartments. Check in each week for recaps.
Closings in the Pelli Clarke Pelli-designed skyscraper are expected to begin this summer, and its common spaces are on track to be completed soon.
The reality TV star and real estate broker also owns in Morris Adjmi’s Tribeca building.
Everyone’s favorite reality show about New York real estate is back, and it’s bringing two spin-offs with it—eventually, anyway.
What was once a colorful, bohemian space is now an all-white architectural masterpiece, and it’s on the market after a slight price chop.
The five-bedroom apartment is part of a high-end condo conversion, and features all of the luxurious finishes you’d expect.
Two years after purchasing a Soho condo for $4.2 million, it looks like Bethenny Frankel is ready to part ways with her old Tribeca pad. Frankel enlisted her fellow Bravo star Fredrik Eklund to help her market the three-bedroom, $7 million pad.
On this week's episode of 'Million Dollar Listing New York,' our favorite brokers try to keep their cool as developer demands heat up. But will the cut throat industry get the best of them? Let's find out.
The listing has been on the market for more than two years
This week's episode of 'Million Dollar Listing New York' features aggressive developers and flaky deals. Find out what Ryan Serhant, Luis Ortiz, and Fredrik Eklund are up to.
This week's episode of Million Dollar Listing New York finds Luis and Fredrik dealing with possibly sketchy sales tactics; Ryan, meanwhile, is finding that a big gamble is actually paying off.
When we left off with Ryan Serhant last week, he was in the middle of a fight with the world's friendliest broker, Amy, who he is sharing a co-listing with at The Jade.
It's Season 5 of Million Dollar Listing New York, where three brokers, Fredrik Eklund, Luis Ortiz, and Ryan Serhant, show the world what it takes to sell high-priced New York City apartments. This week is all about conflict—and weird ways of selling.
Last week's episode of MDLNY ended in uncertainty, with both Luis and Ryan wading in murky real estate waters. This week we pick up where we left off, with Ryan reeling over his $25,000 worth of inspections at the massive townhouse at 38th West 87th.
In this week's episode of 'Million Dollar Listing New York,' the brokers head to Brooklyn! Well, two of them do—Fredrik and Luis work on properties in Kings County, while Ryan goes head-to-head with a seller over a huge townhouse.
This week's episode kicks off with Ryan Serhant and his faithful driver, Yuri, heading to Astor Place. Ryan's meeting with Elad, a client's money manager, to check out a ridiiiculous two-story penthouse. The listing measures 4,916-square-feet, all of which are covered in white limestone flooring worth $30,000.
We're only one episode deep on this season of Million Dollar Listing New York, but we're already smack dab in the middle of a juicy argument between Ryan and Luis; meanwhile, Fredrik tries to sell a property that's in less-than-ideal shape.
One week after the Gramercy Park North apartment of late Philadelphia Flyers owner Ed Snider was listed, the apartment has entered contract. It was most recently asking $7.5 million. The apartment first appeared on the market in 2014.
The men of Million Dollar Listing New York are back and better than ever, and with it returns our weekly recap of the brokers' escapades. Join us as we follow (and reflect) on Fredrik Eklund, Ryan Serhant, and Luis Ortiz's every move throughout Season 5. Here now: a premiere recap.
The 12-story building was designed by BKSK Architects with landscape work by HMWhite. The Madison Realty Capital-developed building features a total of 16 apartments, three of which had already gone into contract at last count.
Get a peek inside the luxury condo before sales launch later this month.