Real life wolf of wall street banker cuts price of new work flat – now on sale for $25M (£17.5)
The real-life Wolf of Wall Street character who introduced Jordan Belfort to his future wife has listed his Manhattan pad for $25M (£17.5M).
Alan Wilzig, depicted as a minor part in the Martin Scorsese blockbuster, has attempted to sell his New York maisonette three times since 2014.
Originally listed at $43.5M ($£30.3M), the three bedroom property has seen its price slashed by almost $20M.
According to Curbed.com the decor has been toned down and many of the more eccentric features replaced.
But the master bedroom serves as a safe room – complete with Kevlar, a steel-enforced drywall and a 1488lb door with six deadbolts.
It also comes with a 2,200 square foot rooftop deck and a patio.
There is a spa room with a tanning bed and sauna in the three-story abode.
A spokesperson for listing agents Nest Seekers said: “It’s an incredible opportunity to own a single family home with a garage and 3,000 square foot of outdoor space in the heart of Tribeca, while still enjoying all the benefits of a full-service condo.”