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Rudy Giuliani is still trying to sell his New York City apartment, slashes the price to $5.7 million

By Jennifer Kelly Geddes

The lovely co-op is just steps from Central Park and Midtown Manhattan

It's not exactly a fire sale, but an $800,000 price reduction is rather significant.

Rudy Giuliani, a former mayor of New York City, is still trying to sell his East Side apartment, which he listed last summer for $6.5 million.

The gorgeous three-bedroom, three-bath co-op is now available for $5.7 million.

It's no secret the former adviser to Donald Trump is in hot water legally and financially, so a renewed push to shed his longtime residence makes sense.

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Will a lower price be the difference maker? Take a look at Giuliani's lovely co-op just steps from Central Park and Midtown Manhattan.

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Stylish New York City living is often found in prewar gems such as this Gothic-style building designed by the architects Harde & Short in 1906.

High ceilings, hardwood floors, and original details like leaded-glass windows and intricate paneling are found throughout the high-floor apartment.

The large gallery leads to the spacious living room, which has three west-facing windows. The wood-paneled library has a wood-burning fireplace, and the formal dining room features a carved plaster ceiling and a conservatory nook for intimate meals.

Large windows fill the eat-in kitchen with light, and nearby are the butler's pantry, staff room, and laundry area.

The primary suite was originally two bedrooms, so it is huge by Manhattan standards.

As you'd expect in a fancy city co-op building, there's top-notch service from a cadre of staff, including 24/7 doormen, porters, and a resident manager.

Giuliani has fallen from the lofty perch he once enjoyed as "America's mayor" and now faces serious trouble. He filed for bankruptcy in December and seems to be striving to stay ahead of his many creditors. Recently, he was suspended from his radio talk show at WABC.

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Giuliani currently lives in Florida, where he records a podcast.

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