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

Matthew Perry and 30 Park Place (credit: Getty Images)

“Friends” star Matthew Perry made his name playing Chandler Bing: neighbor of Monica and Rachel, and denizen of Greenwich Village. But in reality, it seems that the actor prefers far fancier digs. The TV star currently resides at Larry Silverstein’s 30 Park Place, aka the Four Seasons Private Residences in Tribeca, sources tell LLNYC. 

Last week, Anthony Weiner and his estranged wife Huma Abedin were moving out of their Union Square luxury apartment. Now, who knows? Their $11,900 per month apartment left the market as quickly as it came.

Dick Cavett and Tick Hall (credit: Getty and Corcoran)

Former talk show host Dick Cavett has listed his longtime home in Montauk for $62 million.

443 Greenwich Street, Jessica Biel and Justin Timberlake (Credit: Getty Images)

Pop singer Justin Timberlake picked up a penthouse at 443 Greenwich Street for $20.2 million — over $7 million down from the last asking price.

Gloria Steinem and her new unit at 118 East 73rd Street (credit: Getty and William Raveis Real Estate)

Feminist icon Gloria Steinem is the buyer of a new pad at 118 East 73rd Street, per city records. She paid $1.1 million for the unit — slightly over its $975,000 asking price.

Céline Dion and 215 South Beach Road

Céline Dion finally sold her oceanfront estate on Jupiter Island for $28 million, more than 60 percent less than its original $72.5 million price tag.

Robert Downey Jr., Malibu Knolls Road home (Getty Images/MLS)

Even Iron Man wants to live in red-hot Malibu. An entity linked to actor Robert Downey Jr. scooped up a mid-century modern pad in the increasingly popular city for $3.8 million.

Barack Obama may no longer be the president, but that doesn’t mean he’s leaving Washington D.C. The ex-pres has bought the home he was leasing in the Kalorama section of D.C. for $8.1 million.

Portia de Rossi, Ellen DeGeneres and 1200 Club View condo (Getty Images/MLS)

Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi have built a reputation as savvy house flippers, but they’ve had to swallow a small loss on their most recent deal. The couple parted with one of two luxury condos they owned at the Beverly West tower in Westwood for $6 million, $200,000 less than they paid for the home in 2014.

70 Palm Avenue. Inset: Birdman (Credit: Getty Images) and listing agent Brett Harris

Rapper and producer Bryan “Birdman” Williams is looking to cash out on his Palm Island mansion. The Cash Money Records co-founder is listing his waterfront Miami Beach home at 70 Palm Avenue for $20 million, The Real Deal has learned.