Leroy Schecter, chairman of steel manufacturing company Marino/Ware Industries, has had the house on the market since 2008, with the price set as high as $US45 million in 2012.
Listing agent Nelson Gonzalez of EWM Realty International said that New York-based Schecter is selling because he “just wasn’t using the house,” and plans donate the $US28 million in proceeds to charity.
Meredith Galante contributed to this post.
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