‘Biggest Loser’ host Bob Harper hopes to drop $2.3M NYC condo

Tennessee-born reality TV star Bob Harper, a fitness guru and host of “The Biggest Loser,” has put his Chelsea apartment on the market for $2.29 million.

While Harper inspires many Americans to lose weight, he also refocused on his own health after a near-fatal heart attack in 2017 left him in a medically induced coma for two days.

Harper has since returned to a plant-based diet and chronicled his commitment to partner Anton Gutierrez on Instagram, showing a celebratory engagement meal in 2019 with matching Cartier rings at Via Carota in the West Village.

The fifth-floor loft, at 124 W. 24th St., is 1,091 square feet and features one bedroom and two bathrooms.

Original details include high ceilings, exposed brick, wood columns and beams — and oversize double-pane windows.

The space also has five deep closets for storage.

A bedroom inside the 124 W. 24th unit.
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The kitchen inside the apartment.
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A living room inside the 24th Street apartment.
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A bathroom inside the apartment.
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Harper bought the condo for $1.87 million in 2015.

The listing broker is Ian Slater of Compass. 

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