That didn’t take long at all!
Less than two months after Dorinda Medley officially said goodbye to her longtime home at 120 E. 87th St., she is now saying hello to a new place in the same building.
The “Real Housewives of New York” alum is in contract to buy a one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo for $1.25 million, according to the Daily Mail.
“I’m back New York City! I can’t believe I found my new apartment in my old building that I just moved out of,” she told the outlet.
“The funny thing is my realtor Laurie Cooper who sold me my original apartment in this very same building 21 years ago, found this beautiful jewel box apartment in the same building. I love Laurie Cooper and I’ll be forever grateful, she’s the best,” Dorinda said. “It’s a beautiful one bedroom with a loft. Just what I was looking for.”
It is a downsize from her two-bedroom, two-bathroom unit she purchased in 2006 for $1.2 million.
Medley, 57, previously told The Post that she had no plans of leaving Manhattan, she just needed “a change after 21 years.”
In March, a day before Andy Cohen announced plans to reboot “The Real Housewives of New York City” with an entirely new cast – along with a second show that will feature OG stars – the Bravo alum teased her return.
“Listen, I love being on Bravo. I never would have left,” she told Page Six. “That wasn’t mine [decision]. I think people think in some ways it was my decision. So, I’m always open to it and I enjoyed doing it.”
Her new place spans 760 square-feet, with 14-foot double-height ceilings, oversize windows, and a newly updated chef’s kitchen that features stainless steel appliances and Carrera marble countertops, according to the listing.
Built with wide-plank oak flooring, it also comes with a lofted sleeping alcove and a study or home office. There is also a soaking tub, a shower, designer faucets and white oak casework with white Caesarstone countertops.
Building amenities include a 24-hour doorman and concierge service, a fitness club, a swimming pool, a bicycle room, a yoga studio, a children’s playroom, courtyard gardens, a parking garage and basement storage.
The Post has reached out to Medley for comment.