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

For pop star extraordinaire Katy Perry, nothing comes close to the golden coast! She’s reportedly the new owner of a $19 million, secluded spread in the celeb-filled upper Coldwater Canyon area of Beverly Hills, California.

NBC “Nightly News” and “Dateline” anchor Lestor Holt has just listed his apartment at 225 Fifth Avenue for $6.6 million, per StreetEasy records.

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger pulled his $58.9 million Plaza Hotel apartment off of the market yesterday after a nearly 10 year effort to part with the pad. He’s had a change of heart, and decided he wants to keep it after all, reports Mansion Global.

Tommy Mottola, the former CEO and chairman of Sony Music and serial diva dater, has just listed his massive estate in Greenwich, Connecticut for $19.95 million, the Wall Street Journal Reports.

At long last actress Demi Moore has sold her duplex penthouse in the South Tower of the San Remo co-op on Central Park West. Moore put the home on the market in 2015 at $75 million. She later cut that ask by $16 million and now has parted ways with the 17-room residence for just $45 million. That’s a big cut, but still enough to make it the priciest sale ever at the historic Westside building.