Tommy Hilfiger has decided to keep his beleaguered $59M Plaza duplex

Tommy Hilfiger’s Plaza duplex (credit: Douglas Elliman)

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger pulled his $58.9 million Plaza Hotel apartment off of the market yesterday after a nearly 10 year effort to part with the pad.

He’s had a change of heart, and decided he wants to keep it after all, reports Mansion Global.

Hilfiger and his wife Dee, bought the 5,600-square-foot duplex condo from the developer in 2008 for a total of $25.5 million. The couple listed the pad initially for $50 million just a few months after closing to no avail. It was later listed in 2013 for $80 million before being lowered once more to $75 million. Then it was again listed for $69 million and finally  $58.9 million.

The spread comes with four bedrooms, a dome room, Central Park views, and a whole lot of character.

The designer is still trying to part with his Miami house though, which has only been on the market since February. The lavish beach-front pad is asking $27.5 million.

[Mansion Global]

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