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  • Matea Grbac

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23.10.2019. u 16:37

AUTOR:

  • Matea Grbac

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23.10.2019. u 16:37

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Stan Tommy Hilfigera

Modni dizajner Tommy Hilfiger i osnivač istoimene kompanije, nakon šest godina konačno je prodao svoj ekstravagantni penthouse u The Plaza hotelu na Manhattanu.

Njegova nekretnina prvi put je na prodaju stavljena 2013. godine za 80 milijuna dolara, potom joj je u nekoliko navrata rušena cijena da bi ju sada par prodao za 31,25 milijuna dolara, piše CNBC.

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has finally sold his extravagant New York-based penthouse apartment after knocking nearly FIFTY million dollars off the asking price!
The four-bedroom home has reportedly sold for a reported $33.35 million. It originally went up for sale for a staggering $80 million. Insiders claim the home’s exquisite furniture is also be included in the deal.
Hilfiger bought the corner duplex for $25.5 million in 2008, and then tried to flip it for $50 million a few months later.
The designer and his wife Dee Ocleepo then spent around $20 million on renovations.
In 2013, the 6,050-square-foot home went back on the market for an eye-popping $80 million.
The price dropped to $75 million in March 2015 and then $69 million before dropping to $58.9 million in April 2016. It was then reduced to $50 million in September 2017
At one point, real estate insiders claim the apartment was “unsellable.”
The art-filled corner penthouse features Central Park and Fifth Avenue views and 10- to 35-foot ceiling heights. The upper level, reached by a spiral staircase, includes a decorative fireplace in the master suite and a terrace that overlooks the park. The chef’s kitchen sports sleek black cabinetry, an office/library space is also clad in black and the three additional bedrooms come decked out, in part, with nautical and rock n’ roll themes.
It features marble-clad rooms, vintage limestone fireplaces from England and a domed room that features a custom-designed “Elouise” mural designed by the children book’s illustrator Hilary Knight.
The couple decided to sell up as they are rarely in the New York because they spend most of their time in estate in Greenwich, Connecticut., Image: 473677501, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Dnevni boravak unutar stana Tommy Hilfigera

 

Čak ni uz činjenicu da je u prodajnu cijenu jedno vrijeme bio uključen i sav skupocjeni namještaj par nije ima sreće u pronalasku kupca. Stručnjaci navode kako je dosadašnja loša sreća djelomično posljedica vrlo personaliziranog dizajna interijera.

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has finally sold his extravagant New York-based penthouse apartment after knocking nearly FIFTY million dollars off the asking price!
The four-bedroom home has reportedly sold for a reported $33.35 million. It originally went up for sale for a staggering $80 million. Insiders claim the home’s exquisite furniture is also be included in the deal.
Hilfiger bought the corner duplex for $25.5 million in 2008, and then tried to flip it for $50 million a few months later.
The designer and his wife Dee Ocleepo then spent around $20 million on renovations.
In 2013, the 6,050-square-foot home went back on the market for an eye-popping $80 million.
The price dropped to $75 million in March 2015 and then $69 million before dropping to $58.9 million in April 2016. It was then reduced to $50 million in September 2017
At one point, real estate insiders claim the apartment was “unsellable.”
The art-filled corner penthouse features Central Park and Fifth Avenue views and 10- to 35-foot ceiling heights. The upper level, reached by a spiral staircase, includes a decorative fireplace in the master suite and a terrace that overlooks the park. The chef’s kitchen sports sleek black cabinetry, an office/library space is also clad in black and the three additional bedrooms come decked out, in part, with nautical and rock n’ roll themes.
It features marble-clad rooms, vintage limestone fireplaces from England and a domed room that features a custom-designed “Elouise” mural designed by the children book’s illustrator Hilary Knight.
The couple decided to sell up as they are rarely in the New York because they spend most of their time in estate in Greenwich, Connecticut., Image: 473677564, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Knjižnica i radna soba unutar stana Tommy Hilfigera

 

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has finally sold his extravagant New York-based penthouse apartment after knocking nearly FIFTY million dollars off the asking price!
The four-bedroom home has reportedly sold for a reported $33.35 million. It originally went up for sale for a staggering $80 million. Insiders claim the home’s exquisite furniture is also be included in the deal.
Hilfiger bought the corner duplex for $25.5 million in 2008, and then tried to flip it for $50 million a few months later.
The designer and his wife Dee Ocleepo then spent around $20 million on renovations.
In 2013, the 6,050-square-foot home went back on the market for an eye-popping $80 million.
The price dropped to $75 million in March 2015 and then $69 million before dropping to $58.9 million in April 2016. It was then reduced to $50 million in September 2017
At one point, real estate insiders claim the apartment was “unsellable.”
The art-filled corner penthouse features Central Park and Fifth Avenue views and 10- to 35-foot ceiling heights. The upper level, reached by a spiral staircase, includes a decorative fireplace in the master suite and a terrace that overlooks the park. The chef’s kitchen sports sleek black cabinetry, an office/library space is also clad in black and the three additional bedrooms come decked out, in part, with nautical and rock n’ roll themes.
It features marble-clad rooms, vintage limestone fireplaces from England and a domed room that features a custom-designed “Elouise” mural designed by the children book’s illustrator Hilary Knight.
The couple decided to sell up as they are rarely in the New York because they spend most of their time in estate in Greenwich, Connecticut., Image: 473677512, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Spavaća soba unutar stana Tommy Hilfigera

 

Osim vrlo atraktivnog interijera u francuskom renesansnom stilu, ovaj dvoetažni stan od 562 kvadrata krase i mramorni podovi i zidovi, starinski kamini napravljeni od krečnjaka iz Engleske te stropovi visoki stropovi koji na nekim dijelovima dosežu i 10 metara.

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has finally sold his extravagant New York-based penthouse apartment after knocking nearly FIFTY million dollars off the asking price!
The four-bedroom home has reportedly sold for a reported $33.35 million. It originally went up for sale for a staggering $80 million. Insiders claim the home’s exquisite furniture is also be included in the deal.
Hilfiger bought the corner duplex for $25.5 million in 2008, and then tried to flip it for $50 million a few months later.
The designer and his wife Dee Ocleepo then spent around $20 million on renovations.
In 2013, the 6,050-square-foot home went back on the market for an eye-popping $80 million.
The price dropped to $75 million in March 2015 and then $69 million before dropping to $58.9 million in April 2016. It was then reduced to $50 million in September 2017
At one point, real estate insiders claim the apartment was “unsellable.”
The art-filled corner penthouse features Central Park and Fifth Avenue views and 10- to 35-foot ceiling heights. The upper level, reached by a spiral staircase, includes a decorative fireplace in the master suite and a terrace that overlooks the park. The chef’s kitchen sports sleek black cabinetry, an office/library space is also clad in black and the three additional bedrooms come decked out, in part, with nautical and rock n’ roll themes.
It features marble-clad rooms, vintage limestone fireplaces from England and a domed room that features a custom-designed “Elouise” mural designed by the children book’s illustrator Hilary Knight.
The couple decided to sell up as they are rarely in the New York because they spend most of their time in estate in Greenwich, Connecticut., Image: 473677526, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Pogled s terase stana Tommy Hilfigera

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has finally sold his extravagant New York-based penthouse apartment after knocking nearly FIFTY million dollars off the asking price!
The four-bedroom home has reportedly sold for a reported $33.35 million. It originally went up for sale for a staggering $80 million. Insiders claim the home’s exquisite furniture is also be included in the deal.
Hilfiger bought the corner duplex for $25.5 million in 2008, and then tried to flip it for $50 million a few months later.
The designer and his wife Dee Ocleepo then spent around $20 million on renovations.
In 2013, the 6,050-square-foot home went back on the market for an eye-popping $80 million.
The price dropped to $75 million in March 2015 and then $69 million before dropping to $58.9 million in April 2016. It was then reduced to $50 million in September 2017
At one point, real estate insiders claim the apartment was “unsellable.”
The art-filled corner penthouse features Central Park and Fifth Avenue views and 10- to 35-foot ceiling heights. The upper level, reached by a spiral staircase, includes a decorative fireplace in the master suite and a terrace that overlooks the park. The chef’s kitchen sports sleek black cabinetry, an office/library space is also clad in black and the three additional bedrooms come decked out, in part, with nautical and rock n’ roll themes.
It features marble-clad rooms, vintage limestone fireplaces from England and a domed room that features a custom-designed “Elouise” mural designed by the children book’s illustrator Hilary Knight.
The couple decided to sell up as they are rarely in the New York because they spend most of their time in estate in Greenwich, Connecticut., Image: 473677572, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Terasa unutar stana Tommy Hilfigera

 

Penthouse krcat umjetninama i skupocjenim namještajem s jedne strane gleda na Central Park, a s druge na 5. aveniju.

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has finally sold his extravagant New York-based penthouse apartment after knocking nearly FIFTY million dollars off the asking price!
The four-bedroom home has reportedly sold for a reported $33.35 million. It originally went up for sale for a staggering $80 million. Insiders claim the home’s exquisite furniture is also be included in the deal.
Hilfiger bought the corner duplex for $25.5 million in 2008, and then tried to flip it for $50 million a few months later.
The designer and his wife Dee Ocleepo then spent around $20 million on renovations.
In 2013, the 6,050-square-foot home went back on the market for an eye-popping $80 million.
The price dropped to $75 million in March 2015 and then $69 million before dropping to $58.9 million in April 2016. It was then reduced to $50 million in September 2017
At one point, real estate insiders claim the apartment was “unsellable.”
The art-filled corner penthouse features Central Park and Fifth Avenue views and 10- to 35-foot ceiling heights. The upper level, reached by a spiral staircase, includes a decorative fireplace in the master suite and a terrace that overlooks the park. The chef’s kitchen sports sleek black cabinetry, an office/library space is also clad in black and the three additional bedrooms come decked out, in part, with nautical and rock n’ roll themes.
It features marble-clad rooms, vintage limestone fireplaces from England and a domed room that features a custom-designed “Elouise” mural designed by the children book’s illustrator Hilary Knight.
The couple decided to sell up as they are rarely in the New York because they spend most of their time in estate in Greenwich, Connecticut., Image: 473677528, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Stan Tommy Hilfigera

 

Kuhinja koja se nalazi se nalazi na prvoj etaži opremljena je elegantnim crnim elementima, a isti tonovi protežu se i kroz knjižnici, dok tri pomoćne spavaće sobe imaju različite tematike, od nautike do rock'n'rolla.

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has finally sold his extravagant New York-based penthouse apartment after knocking nearly FIFTY million dollars off the asking price!
The four-bedroom home has reportedly sold for a reported $33.35 million. It originally went up for sale for a staggering $80 million. Insiders claim the home’s exquisite furniture is also be included in the deal.
Hilfiger bought the corner duplex for $25.5 million in 2008, and then tried to flip it for $50 million a few months later.
The designer and his wife Dee Ocleepo then spent around $20 million on renovations.
In 2013, the 6,050-square-foot home went back on the market for an eye-popping $80 million.
The price dropped to $75 million in March 2015 and then $69 million before dropping to $58.9 million in April 2016. It was then reduced to $50 million in September 2017
At one point, real estate insiders claim the apartment was “unsellable.”
The art-filled corner penthouse features Central Park and Fifth Avenue views and 10- to 35-foot ceiling heights. The upper level, reached by a spiral staircase, includes a decorative fireplace in the master suite and a terrace that overlooks the park. The chef’s kitchen sports sleek black cabinetry, an office/library space is also clad in black and the three additional bedrooms come decked out, in part, with nautical and rock n’ roll themes.
It features marble-clad rooms, vintage limestone fireplaces from England and a domed room that features a custom-designed “Elouise” mural designed by the children book’s illustrator Hilary Knight.
The couple decided to sell up as they are rarely in the New York because they spend most of their time in estate in Greenwich, Connecticut., Image: 473677533, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Kuhinja unutar stana Tommy Hilfigera

 

Na gornjem katu na koji vode spiralne metalne stepenice je glavna spavaća soba, koja je ujedno i njihov omiljeni dio kuće, s kaminom i privatnom terasom.

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has finally sold his extravagant New York-based penthouse apartment after knocking nearly FIFTY million dollars off the asking price!
The four-bedroom home has reportedly sold for a reported $33.35 million. It originally went up for sale for a staggering $80 million. Insiders claim the home’s exquisite furniture is also be included in the deal.
Hilfiger bought the corner duplex for $25.5 million in 2008, and then tried to flip it for $50 million a few months later.
The designer and his wife Dee Ocleepo then spent around $20 million on renovations.
In 2013, the 6,050-square-foot home went back on the market for an eye-popping $80 million.
The price dropped to $75 million in March 2015 and then $69 million before dropping to $58.9 million in April 2016. It was then reduced to $50 million in September 2017
At one point, real estate insiders claim the apartment was “unsellable.”
The art-filled corner penthouse features Central Park and Fifth Avenue views and 10- to 35-foot ceiling heights. The upper level, reached by a spiral staircase, includes a decorative fireplace in the master suite and a terrace that overlooks the park. The chef’s kitchen sports sleek black cabinetry, an office/library space is also clad in black and the three additional bedrooms come decked out, in part, with nautical and rock n’ roll themes.
It features marble-clad rooms, vintage limestone fireplaces from England and a domed room that features a custom-designed “Elouise” mural designed by the children book’s illustrator Hilary Knight.
The couple decided to sell up as they are rarely in the New York because they spend most of their time in estate in Greenwich, Connecticut., Image: 473677546, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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Blagavaonica unutar stana Tommy Hilfigera

 

Inače, Hilfiger i njegova supruga Dee Ocleppo 2008. godine za 25,5 milijuna dolara kupili su dva stana u već ranije spomenutoj zgradi i spojio ih u jedan.

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger has finally sold his extravagant New York-based penthouse apartment after knocking nearly FIFTY million dollars off the asking price!
The four-bedroom home has reportedly sold for a reported $33.35 million. It originally went up for sale for a staggering $80 million. Insiders claim the home’s exquisite furniture is also be included in the deal.
Hilfiger bought the corner duplex for $25.5 million in 2008, and then tried to flip it for $50 million a few months later.
The designer and his wife Dee Ocleepo then spent around $20 million on renovations.
In 2013, the 6,050-square-foot home went back on the market for an eye-popping $80 million.
The price dropped to $75 million in March 2015 and then $69 million before dropping to $58.9 million in April 2016. It was then reduced to $50 million in September 2017
At one point, real estate insiders claim the apartment was “unsellable.”
The art-filled corner penthouse features Central Park and Fifth Avenue views and 10- to 35-foot ceiling heights. The upper level, reached by a spiral staircase, includes a decorative fireplace in the master suite and a terrace that overlooks the park. The chef’s kitchen sports sleek black cabinetry, an office/library space is also clad in black and the three additional bedrooms come decked out, in part, with nautical and rock n’ roll themes.
It features marble-clad rooms, vintage limestone fireplaces from England and a domed room that features a custom-designed “Elouise” mural designed by the children book’s illustrator Hilary Knight.
The couple decided to sell up as they are rarely in the New York because they spend most of their time in estate in Greenwich, Connecticut., Image: 473677560, License: Rights-managed, Restrictions: , Model Release: no, Credit line: IMP Features / IMP Features / Profimedia
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