The star's longtime Manhattan home is three floors of fabulous.
An historic gem in the heart of the Upper East Side.
You don't have to be a fashion expert to see this is a one-of-a-kind New York City residence.
Luxury reaches a new level in this NYC stunner.
Enjoy all of the luxurious of a townhouse with a condo.
The best in luxury living at the Kent.
You'll be amazed by this list of amenities!
The three-story residence offers the privacy of a single-family home while brimming with the amenities of a full-service building.
As the seller and the broker on the exquisite listing, Eklund is in a unique position.
As cheeky as the pair's show might be, this flip was anything but flippant.
Top New York real estate experts share this handy trick.
Not only does it have a famous builder, but it also has a fashion designer former occupant.
Just weeks after selling a $17.75 million Upper West Side unit, the actor is in contract to buy a smaller apartment nearby.
The 65-story tower is striking in both size and design, and has buyers itching to nab a spot.
The luxe home shares a Notting Hill-esque secret garden with the equally upscale homes around it.
Bethenny Frankel and Fredrik Eklund are TV stars, friends, and now business partners.
They reportedly already have plans to move into Robert A.M. Stern’s new building at 220 Central Park South.
"Today's market is begging for some discounting at the very top, and we've priced our portfolio to account for that," says Extell Development Company's senior VP.
The space was custom-designed for the couple by designer Lee Mindel.
At her home in East Hampton, HC&G Innovator Award honoree Martha Stewart is setting the bar higher than ever.
Clarence Tantau, a prominent San Francisco architect, designed the home in the 1920s and is responsible for its Spanish Farmhouse style.
Paris Forino comfortably mixes clean-lined elements with their traditional counterparts.
Vivid hues, fun patterns and clean lines shine throughout.
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