Real Housewives of New York
star and Shark Tank
investor Bethenny Frankel is known for her humor, no-nonsense attitude, and business finesse, especially when it comes to real estate. Frankel teamed up with Fredrik Eklund last year to flip New York properties
for a new Bravo TV show, and now she’s once again working on her own individual real estate goals, such as finally unloading her snazzy SoHo loft.The 22 Mercer Street unit first listed in 2017
for a confident $5.25 million and is now back on the market asking $4.375 million. Frankel paid $4.2 million for this Manhattan beauty back in 2014, so she is poised to make a small profit off it, that is if it isn’t bargained down further.Within the 2,392-square-foot floorplan, there are 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, heaps of style. Soaring arched windows allow light to pour into the great room, where gathering is comfortable and sleek with a huge seating area, glamorous white kitchen, and long dining table. Mirrors on one wall and 14-foot ceilings make the large space feel oh-so airy, plus a wood-burning fireplace is perfect for cozy winter nights in.The master bedroom is equally captivating, but designed more for relaxation. It the city that never sleeps, you can find solace in having a plush king size bed, custom walk-in closet, and marble bathroom with a deep soaking tub and glass steam shower.Leonard Steinberg of Compass
has the beautiful SoHo listing, which 6sqft
first reported is back up for sale.