The CEO of Equinox is selling his New York City condo for a discounted $7.5 million

Harvey Spevak, CEO of the boutique fitness chain Equinox, has been trying to sell his condo in New York’s Park Imperial tower condo since 2011.

First listed unsuccessfully for $US11.995 million that year, the home later went off the market for some time. Then, in Feburary of this year, it returned for $US9.5 million before being lowered further to $US7.5 million in September, Curbed reported.

The duplex — two properties that Spevak and his wife, Rhonda, purchased separately for $US2.5 million and $US2.95 million — were combined to make a single, 2,954-square-foot duplex.

See the space, which is on the market with Corcoran, below.

The Park Imperial is in Midtown Manhattan, on West 56th Street and 8th Avenue. The building's more famous residents have included Daniel Craig and, in 2010, the fugitive tech CEO Jacob 'Kobi' Alexander.

Source: Curbed

The condo was once two separate units, the first of which the Spevaks purchased in 2005. They purchased the second in 2008. The couple combined the two spaces into one, 2,954-square-foot duplex with the help of architect Ismael Leyva.

There are four bedrooms ...

... and three and a half bathrooms.

The interiors were done by well-known interior designer Jeffrey Bilhuber.

The home is two floors, with floor-to-ceiling windows throughout much of the space.

Hand-painted wood floors are in the kitchen and living room.

With a total of 13 closets, there's also a good amount of storage space throughout the duplex.

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