When financier Mark Zittman bought the enormous mansion at 2 North Moore Street in Tribeca for $24 million in 2010, then proceeded to turn around put it back on the market, unchanged, for $48 million in 2014, it may have seemed like a foolproof plan. Apparently, though, it wasn't—the listing is now under the stewardship of Douglas Elliman (edit: it's a co-exclusive between Elliman and Compass) and the ask has been reduced, barely, to $46 million. Yeah, that ought to do it. Ridiculous pricing notwithstanding, the house is pretty incredible. One of the its former owners and creators dubbed it "our suburb" back in 2005, due to the size (11,200 square feet), and outlandish list of amenities: three-car garage, 47-foot-long indoor swimming pool, 1,500 square feet of private outdoor space, elevator, art studio, gym, etc.