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

Jonathan Safran Foer is hoping to make a tidy little profit on his Boerum Hill townhouse, listing the home for $10.4 million, double what he paid in 2014.

Every move Sting makes, we’ll be watching him. The singer-songwriter and former “Police” frontman has just listed his duplex apartment at Robert A.M. Stern’s 15 Central Park West for $56 million.

We can’t imagine how angry the Hulk would get if he had to sell at such a loss! Mark Ruffalo, the movie star who plays the bulging green giant in the “Avengers” series, just sold his Brooklyn townhouse at 319 Sackett Street in Carroll Gardens for $3.125 million — significantly less than the $3.5 million he paid for it in 2015.

British actor and naked-paddle-boarder Orlando Bloom has just dropped $7 million on a modern, minimalist mini-manse in Beverly Hills’ Trousdale Estates area.

“Million Dollar Listing New York” star and broker Fredrik Eklund is reportedly the buyer of a 46th floor duplex at 1 Seaport in the Financial District — a building Eklund, along with his firm Douglas Elliman — has been marketing.

Harry Styles may have followed his celebrity brethren to what’s quickly become Tribeca’s most A-list building — 443 Greenwich Street. A trust seemingly linked to the former “One Direction” star turned solo artist quietly nabbed an $8.71 million apartment at the building last year.

Fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger paid $34 million on an oceanfront estate in Palm Beach. Hilfiger and his wife, Dee Ocleppo, bought the house at 100 Casa Bendita from the estate of the late English businessman Lord Anthony Jacobs and his late wife, Lady Evelyn