Bethenny Frankel's Tribeca Home Is on the Market for $6.95 Million—Check Out the Real Housewife's Former Pad
The reality star and lifestyle guru purchased the 4-bedroom, 3-bathroom loft back in 2011, when she and Hoppy had just welcomed their daughter, prior to their divorce.
After much contention, Frankel’s 3,600-square-foot apartment is finally on the market—and the Hudson Street pad can be yours for $6.95 million. It’s a lofty price tag for most, but the perks of the condo include a private parking garage, a dressing room large enough that the apartment’s listing suggests it “can easily be converted back into an additional bedroom,” a 24-hour-doorman, and, best of all: Living here gives you the right to call Jay Z and Beyoncé your neighbors—they own the building's penthouse! Housewarming party, anyone?
Additional features include a laundry room, storage room (supplementary to the many, many closets), nearly 11-foot-8 ceilings, and the glamorous white columns that decorate the living area.
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Browse through the photos below for a closer look at Frankel's Tribeca loft.
This sweet children’s bedroom features pale pink accents and soft monkey-patterned wallpaper—perfect for the ultimate sleepover party.
Dual sinks and generous cabinet space make the marble-lined master bathroom a newlywed’s dream.
How could you not be productive in this dreamy home office? If work isn’t your thing, the sleek space also seems an ideal spot to enjoy a low-cal Skinnygirl cocktail.
The peaceful master bedroom has an entire wall of closet space. We can’t imagine that this wasn’t a happy retreat for Bethenny.
If the closet wall wasn’t quite decadent enough, you’re in luck—the master bedroom also houses a personal dressing room. Again, seems like a good spot to enjoy a Skinnygirl margarita (or two).
The “Skinny Girl’s” modern living room would be the perfect locale for a Real Housewives reunion—hardwood floors and minimalist décor welcome guests in style.
Floor-to-ceiling windows and a chalkboard wall? Childhood doesn’t get much better than that.
The loft’s window-lined kitchen houses state-of-the-art appliances and (of course) a wine refrigerator with the capacity to hold 180 bottles. Time to stock up on Skinnygirl Moscato?