Bethenny Frankel, “Real Housewives of New York City” star and outspoken founder of the Skinny Girl empire, finalized her divorce from ex-husband Jason Hoppy over the summer after four long years. Perhaps the most contentious part of the legal battle was that he remained in the Tribeca loft that she purchased in 2011 for just under $5 million while she hotel-hopped (she notoriously referred to herself as “the richest homeless person in Manhattan”). But things seem to be turning around for Frankel; she bought and renovated a $4.2 million Soho loft back in April 2015, and she’s now finally listed the Tribeca condo for an impressive $6.95 million, reports Variety. The four-bedroom corner spread at 195 Hudson Street is cool and contemporary and boasts luxe details such as a 180-bottle wine fridge, decked-out closet/dressing room, and totally custom office (which made many an appearance on the Bravo reality show).
A polished nickel entryway leads to the large living/dining room and kitchen, which is outfitted with sleek white Poggen Pohl cabinetry, Ceasarstone counters, and high-end appliances including an InSinkErator, full-size wine fridge, and built-in espresso machine. Throughout, you’ll find nearly 12-foot ceilings, heroic columns, and hardwood floors.
The master suite has a walk-in dressing room with an entire wall of closets. The master bath has dual sinks, a Toto toilet and bidet, soaking tub, and steam shower.
The other two bedrooms are connected by a Jack-and-Jill bath.
Other features of the loft include a laundry room and private storage room on the same floor, manual solar shades, and a deeded private indoor parking spot.
Not surprisingly, the listing is held by Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes of Bravo’s other hit “Million Dollar Listing.” We’d bet that Frankel and her loft will be appearing on the next season.