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Michael Lorber on ‘Million Dollar Listing New York’

When a New York spinoff of Bravo’s reality show “Million Dollar Listing New York’’ premieres Wednesday, Boston resident Michael Lorber will be among those selling real estate to Manhattan’s 1 percent. Though he counts himself a Yankees fan (he grew up on Long Island), he’s a graduate of Babson College and pals with Linda Pizzuti Henry, wife of Red Sox owner John Henry. So we’ll let that one slide. Lorber, who spent summers on Nantucket and now owns two homes there, splits his time between Boston and New York. So will we be seeing a Nantucket spinoff of the show any time soon? Not yet, says Lorber, as this season will stick to Manhattan. But if he has his way, we’re likely to see listings from our neck of the woods somewhere down the line. Lorber isn’t the first East Coast guy to be part of the reality show, though. Newton’s own Josh Altman appeared in season 4 of the LA-based original.

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