It’s a wrap: This week’s celebrity home swaps

Pity Gwyneth Paltrow. The Goop-founder and Academy Award winner has been trying to sell her Tribeca apartment at 416 Washington Street for almost a year. And now, it’s just been re-listed with a new broker (Jay Glazer of Compass), a new price of $9.995 million and lots and lots of glorious photos.

LLNYC cover star and “The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah has just bagged himself a $10 million duplex penthouse at Stella Tower in Hell’s Kitchen.

The times they are a changin’! Especially when it comes to uptown real estate. A townhouse on Harlem’s famed Striver’s Row has just hit the market for the substantial sum of $3.7 million, and it used to be owned by musician and Nobel prize winner Bob Dylan.

There aren’t many people who can afford a $100 million property, and even less, it seems, who want to spend that much money on Michael Jackson’s weird Neverland estate in Los Olivos, California, which just reduced its asking price from $100 million to $67 million.

Now that Emmy Rossum successfully negotiated her way to a higher salary on her show “Shameless,” we suppose she can afford to buy a more expensive apartment! The actress just sold her co-op at 455 East 57th Street for $1.1 million.

Big-deal record producer Clive Davis is bidding farewell to his swanky Park Avenue co-op and he’s asking $7.8 million for it. The three bedroom spread at 465 Park Avenue stared life as two units, which Davis bought in 2015 for a combined total of $3.4 million.

Neil Patrick Harris and his husband David Burtka picked up a four-bedroom house in East Hampton, paying $5.5 million, or roughly $1,000 per square foot.

Talk about supply side economics! Wilbur Ross, the newly-minted U.S. Secretary of Commerce who made his fortune investing in distressed assets, looks to be selling his luxury apartment at a loss.