Weeeeee! Fredrik Eklund Has the Largest Closing in New York This Week

That deserves a big high kick from the #MDLNY agent. 

Fredrik Eklund does it again! The Million Dollar Listing New York agent has just made the city's most expensive closed sale of the week, according to city records, as reported by The New York Times.

Fredrik, along with his fellow listing broker and Douglas Elliman Real Estate colleague John Gomes, closed on "a pair of ground-floor triplex 'mansions'" at the Schumacher boutique condominum in New York's NoHo neighborhood, according to The New York Times. Art dealer Alberto Mugrabi paid $18,583,062.50 for the two units that have a combined 8,719 square feet.

Needless to say, Fredrik was pretty stoked about the sale. "Amazing! The New York Times just gave us The Big Ticket, second week in a row... The largest closing in all of New York City. Wow!!!!!!!!" the broker wrote on Instagram. "Hiiiiiiiighhhhkiiiiiiiiiickkkkkkkkkkkandweeeeeeeee #proud."

Last week, Fredrik was in the runner-up position after making the sale on a duplex penthouse at the Schumacher for $19,537,671.88, according to city data via The New York Times. Unsurprisingly, that sale marked the end of another "amazing week" for Fredrik, as he revealed on Instagram.

At the end of an amazing week, no other than The New York Times gives us the 'BIG TICKET,' with the 2nd largest closing in all of New York this week at 36 Bleecker. If you're interested, piece of the article below! #weeee --- "Sold at $19,537,671.88, according to city records, a duplex penthouse at the Schumacher, a printing plant-turned-condominium at 36 Bleecker Street in NoHo. The sponsor apartment, PHB, has 15 rooms spread over 4,546 square feet on the top two floors of the 18-unit, seven-story building, including four bedrooms, four full baths and two powder rooms, as well as a 21-by-34-foot great room with a fireplace. There is also a 681-square-foot corner terrace with an outdoor shower. Monthly carrying costs total $12,789. This was the first of the three penthouses to be sold, according to John Gomes, the listing broker, along with Fredrik Eklund, both of Douglas Elliman Real Estate. He also noted that PHA and PHC were now the only units available for sale in the building, which was developed by Stillman Development International. Mr. Gomes said that the buyer, whose identity was shielded by the limited liability company 36 Bleecker PHB, was drawn to the apartment’s industrial floor-to-ceiling windows, which look out over a courtyard garden, and the high ceilings, which reach 13 feet through much of the space. The upper-floor master bedroom suite features a 16-foot vaulted ceiling and a free-standing soaking tub. “The buyer and a lot of people who bought there, including Hollywood heavyweights and people in the art world, are also smitten with the location,” Mr. Gomes said." --- Photo: @field_condition

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These are only the latest luxury digs Fredrik has helped sell. Go inside one of his most fabulous listings from last season of MDLNY in the pics, below.

 
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