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Million Dollar Listing: Ryan's Renovation

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Ryan Serhant and Emilia Bechrakis gut their 7,900-square-foot townhouse to create their dream home with enough room to fit their growing family.
  • My Big Fat Greek Renovation

    Episode 1 - 21 mins
    Ryan and Emilia embark on the renovation of a historic 8,000-square-foot Brooklyn brownstone.
  • Over Budget and Under Lockdown

    Episode 2 - 21 mins
    When New York City's pandemic restrictions stall progress, Ryan and Emilia suffer cost overruns.
  • The Despina Dilemma

    Episode 3 - 21 mins
    Ryan and Emilia childproof their six-floor brownstone; Ryan hustles to find a renter for his condo.
  • Brownstone Milestone

    Episode 4 - 21 mins
    Ryan and Emilia pack their condo and feel nostalgic; the renovation comes to an end.

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