Fredrik Eklund is a Managing Director working with DE’s Senior Management Team focusing on international sales, new developments and re-sales throughout Manhattan.
• More than 1.5 billion dollars in residential sales over the last 11 years.
• Founder of the most high-end residential real estate brokerage in Scandinavia, Eklund Stockholm New York with three offices and 50 employees.
• Set record sales in 28 buildings in Manhattan last year alone.
• Star of Bravo’s Million Dollar Listing New York. Season 1 aired Spring 2012. Currently filming Season 2.
• New development projects with a total of 1492 apartments:
o The Onyx Chelsea (52 units),
o The Emory (15 units),
o William Beaver House (318 units),
o 52 East 4th Street (15 units),
o 53 Warren Street (6 units),
o The Cammeyer at 650 Sixth Avenue (67 units),
o 471 Washington Street (12 units),
o One North Moore (6 units),
o 250 Bowery (24 units),
o Trump Soho (391 units),
o 111 Mercer (4 units),
o 374 Broome (9 units),
o SveaFanfar (360 units),
o Ateljehuset (37 units),
o LMG (45 units),
o Strahattfabriken (39 units),
o Brahagatan 7 (14 units),
o Wallenstam (61 units),
o 46 Lispenard (11 units),
o 50 Lispenard (6 units),
o 290 West Street (11 units) coming soon,
o 11 North Moore (19 units) coming soon
• Frequently covered by Wall Street Journal, New York Magazine, New York Times, New York Post and New York Observer as a real estate expert. “My unique philosophy in marketing has truly come a long way and joining DE will allow me to continue to advance in the world of real estate not just in Manhattan but overseas,” stated Fredrik Eklund.
Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, Eklund studied at the Stockholm School of Economics. At the age of 23, he founded an Internet company with over 45 employees, and went on to work for the investment bank SEB in Stockholm, London, Singapore and Tokyo before crossing the pond to New York City. Eklund is also an active member of the Real Estate Board of New York. He is involved in several charities, like ‘My Big Day’ with the Princess of Sweden, Madeleine, as well as ‘Zimbabwe’s Forgotten Children.’