It’s back! After it was reported earlier this year that Tommy Hilfiger had given up on his lengthy struggle to offload his Plaza Hotel penthouse and instead enjoy it, it looks like he’s had a change of heart as it’s already back on the market — and it’s had yet another price chop.
The 66-year-old fashion designer and his wife, Dee Ocleppo Hilfiger, have today put the “For Sale” sign back up and this time they’re asking $50 million for the opulent four-bedroom penthouse, down from $58.9 million when it was last on the market in April.
The duo has been trying to sell it on-and-off for almost a decade, but have had no luck despite it boasting a breakfast nook adorned in an “Eloise” mural in one of the landmark Manhattan’s building’s four turrets, as well as a terrace that looks like a life-size chess set overlooking Central Park.
The saga began when they paid $25.5 million for the fancy spread in the summer of 2008, only to try to flip it…