Fredrik Eklund puts his Tribeca apartment on the market

Naturally, he's representing himself in the sale of the condo

New York /
Apr.April 27, 2018 02:15 PM

290 West Street, 3B and Fredrik Eklund (Credit: Douglas Elliman and Getty Images)

Fredrik Eklund, the “Million Dollar Listing New York” star and top Douglas Elliman broker, is looking to sell his Tribeca condominium at 290 West Street.

Eklund, who is brokering the sale himself, is asking for $6.5 million — or a tenant willing to pay $22,500 a month. He bought the apartment with his husband, artist Derek Kaplan, in 2014, but the couple have outgrown the three-bedroom apartment with the arrival of twins last year, according to Curbed.

Last month, Eklund skipped out of Douglas Elliman’s annual Ellies awards, after posting on Instagram that he would no longer participate and that his team was “competing against ourselves anyway.” [Curbed]David Jeans


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