Steve Gold has met with countless buyers and sellers in his decade-plus career in real estate, some appearing alongside him on Bravo’s “Million Dollar Listing New York.” But his meeting with a SoHo loft owner two years ago was probably the most memorable for the agent/reality TV star.
The owner, Sean Kelly, who runs an art gallery near Hudson Yards, was having trouble selling his longtime apartment at 22 Wooster Street, a low-rise brick and cast-iron co-op building. “The loft needed a lot of work,” said Mr. Gold, 36, an agent with the Corcoran Group. “He had it on the market for $6.5 million to start, then down to $5.5 million. He came to me to sell it.”
a price tag of $9.995 million. The monthly maintenance is $5,029.
Though he will miss the downtown home, he decided that a “less busy environment” might be better for his young daughter. “I always thought this was going to be my forever home,” said Mr. Gold, who will serve as the property’s listing agent. “But I feel compelled to be closer to my family. I grew up in Stamford, Conn., and I’d like to raise my child outside the city.”
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