Maybe what David Wright needed to do all along was take all the fun out of it. Not long after re-listing his Infinity Flats penthouse with a new broker, new (more boring) listing pics, and a $6.25 million price tag, the Mets third baseman has found a buyer for his Flatiron pad. He paid $6.1 million for the 4,000-square-foot apartment in 2006 and originally wanted $7.85 million for it. The first listing played up the bachelor pad features, from salt-water aquarium to pool table; the new listing was all about the oversized kitchen, master bedroom windows with automated blackout shades and custom closets, and media room. So all it needed to do was grow up a little. And with Wright's and A-Rod's places both off the market, maybe Jorge will finally be able to find a buyer.
· Listing: 24 East 21st Street [Sotheby's]
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