Frankel first purchased the luxurious, Manhattan apartment in 2014 before having considerable renovations done. She tried to sell it earlier this year for $5.25 million but has instead decided to keep it as a rental.
The apartment sits on the second floor of a cobblestone street in the famed New York neighborhood south of Houston Street. The 1860, cast iron and red brick building has a full-time doorman, and while the apartment has only two bedrooms, it is a whopping 2,392-square-feet. According to the listing which was first discovered by Curbed, there is a "long hallway, ideal for displaying your art collection," two and a half bathrooms, 14-foot ceilings, a wood burning fireplace, and both a sound system and home automation system throughout.
In true Soho fashion, the open-plan living space has three floor-to-ceiling arched windows. One of the windows opens up to a small balcony overlooking the street, perfect for bringing your morning coffee out there and pretending you are the protagonist of your own New York-based reality TV show. With countless restaurants nearby, it is a great neighborhood to call home.
Both of the sizeable bedrooms contain floor-to-ceiling glass windows looking onto an internal atrium with a custom landscaped green wall. The master bedroom contains an impressive closet fitted with lighted shoe shelves, among other built-ins, and an enclosed steam shower.