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Reality star and entrepreneur Bethenny Frankel re-lists her luxurious Soho Penthouse...

Bethenny Frankel hit our screens in Bravo's Real Housewives of New York back in 2008 starring in eight seasons, since then this New Yorker has gone to achieve great success

starring in The Apprentice: Martha Stewart, headlining several of her own projects including a talk show on FOX and the competition program The Big Shot with Bethenny, currently streaming on HBO Max along with masterminding the lifestyle brand Skinnygirl.

The daughter of Hall of Fame racehorse trainer Bobby Frankel, Bethenny set up Skinnygirl, which markets everything from salad dressings to jeans, and is the author of four self-help books. She sold the cocktail division of SkinnyGirl to Beam Global for $120 Million in 2011. Bethenny is also the founder of disaster relief charity BStrong, which provided assistance for the victims of Hurricane Harvey in Houston, Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, the Puebla Earthquake in Mexico City, and distributed PPE to hospitals during the Covid-19 pandemic.

The multifaceted star personally renovated the Soho loft she has listed for sale at $6.995 million from top to bottom. The 4,000-square-foot, full-floor apartment has eleven-foot ceilings and oversized windows that let in plenty of natural light. The home’s sleek, modern style is enhanced by marble-and-oak features while exposed pipes and original columns maintain a classic Soho aesthetic. A thoughtfully designed open floor plan connects the entry foyer, massive great room, kitchen, open dining area and formal living room. The kitchen includes built-in stainless steel appliances, lacquer-finished cabinetry, a central island and a waterfall marble countertop with seating for six. A custom marble-and-stone bar enhances the living room, while another wet bar is concealed within the gorgeous media room that also includes a fireplace.

The primary suite is spacious and airy, with a custom-designed, built-in headboard, luxurious bathroom with both a shower and a free-standing soaking tub, massive walk-in closet and separate beauty room. The second bedroom is enhanced by a customized wardrobe and city-quiet windows. The home office has its own en-suite and an attached laundry room. The apartment also includes many modern upgrades such as an integrated sound system, central AC, custom lighting and motorized shade, while the building features a key-locked elevator, brand new video intercom system, a full-time super, and a stunning common rooftop terrace. Officially a four-bedroom, three-bath home, the residence is currently configured with two bedrooms but could easily be converted to four plus the office.

A historic Manhattan neighborhood famous for cobblestone streets and beautiful facades, SoHo (for South of Houston Street) boasts the world’s largest collection of cast-iron architecture with over 250 historic cast-iron buildings preserved. Modern SoHo is known for its art galleries, high-end boutiques, world-class dining and some of the country’s most expensive real estate. The apartment is convenient to the Museum of the Chinese in America, The James Cohen Gallery, and the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art as well as numerous shops, restaurants, and nightlife venues.

The listing is held by Noble Black, David Son and Erik Ternon of Douglas Elliman.


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