Ryan Serhant rents Lower Manhattan penthouse for $15K

Celebrity broker moving to Brooklyn with family

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Apr.April 11, 2021 02:00 PM
Celebrity broker Ryan Serhant is renting his Hudson Square penthouse. (Serhant)

Celebrity broker Ryan Serhant is listing his Hudson Square penthouse. (Serhant)

Ryan Serhant has been busy of late, launching and staffing his own brokerage and opening a Soho HQ for it. Now, he’s making another big move — this time, to Brooklyn.

In preparation for their move to the Boerum Hill townhouse they bought in 2018, Serhant and his wife, Emilia Bechrakis, have listed their Hudson Square penthouse as a $15,000-a-month rental, People reported. The 2,000-square-foot unit in the Renwick Modern condo development has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, a home office and two terraces.

Serhant purchased the apartment in 2014 for just under $3.8 million. He’s also the agent for the property, which is listed through his eponymous brokerage.

Serhant told the publication that he and Bechrakis had gut-renovated the space and would “miss waking up here every day.”

But they probably won’t miss it too much: The couple are relocating to the Boerum Hill townhouse they picked up from author Jonathan Safran-Foer for $7.6 million and have since been renovating, a process Serhant documents on Instagram. Recently, he posted a photo with Bechrakis, noting that they’d be moving in “very soon.”

[People] — Amy Plitt





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