Dorinda Medley Returns to NYC Building She Just Moved

Dorinda Medley Returns to NYC Building She Just Moved 1

Dorinda Medley is back, baby! In the Big Apple that is.

The “Real Housewives of New York City” alum returns to Manhattan after buying an apartment in the same 17-story Upper East Side building she just moved out of.

“I’m back, New York City! I can’t believe I found my new apartment in my old building,” Medley, 57, told the Daily Mail on Thursday.

The newspaper reported that the former Bravolebrity paid $1.25 million for the 760-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom home with a loft overlooking the upscale neighborhood.

The unit features hardwood floors, white walls, stainless steel appliances, and large windows that let in plenty of natural sunlight.

“[It’s] exactly what I was looking for,” Medley gushed, adding that her longtime real estate agent, Laurie Cooper, who sold her her last block in the same building for $1.2 million in 2007, could also find her the new one.

The reality star sold the original two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit about a month ago for just under $2.5 million — slightly more than her $2.495 million asking price.

“Don’t leave,” she promised when she listed the property in February. “Just a change.”

Her only child, 28-year-old daughter Hannah Lynch, had just moved out at the time.

“I’m officially an empty nester, and I’ve decided to convert [my home] on the market,” Medley told the Daily Mail at the time. “Having spent the pandemic renovating, it is now ready for a new family to enjoy.”

The star of “Real Housewives Ultimate Girls Trip: Ex-Wives Club” also owns a famous Massachusetts estate in the Berkshires known as Blue Stone Manor.

Not only did it serve as her primary residence during much of the coronavirus shutdown, but it was also the location of the second season of Peacock’s ‘RHUGT’ spin-off.

“Now I get the best of both worlds — my beloved New York City and Blue Stone Manor in the Berkshires,” Medley said Thursday. “I loved living on the Upper East Side, so this is a dream come true.”

The author of “Make It Nice” added that she’s excited about the “smaller” space because it will be “easier to manage.”

Now all you have to do is “put the Dorinda touch on it and make it fun.”

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