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


“Rocky” and “Creed” star Sylvester Stallone is selling his desert home in La Quinta, Calif., at a loss, for $4.199 million. Set on nearly half an acre, the 2008 villa combines Spanish and Mediterranean elements, according to Variety. The property includes interior wood shutters, wood ceilings and granite slab counters.


If your dream is to one day have Jimmy Kimmel gift-wrap your home, then you’re in luck! Celebrity couple Emily Blunt and John Krasinski have just listed their home in Los Angeles for $8 million, which Kimmel, who lives across the street, once gift-wrapped at Christmas (there were repercussions).


Don Imus and Central Park West are no longer on the same wavelength. Eight months after his Fox Business show ended, the veteran radio personality is looking to sell his penthouse at 75 Central Park West, which he and his wife Deirdre owned for several decades.


Dr. Jonathan Zizmor, who famously placed brightly colored adverts for his dermatology practice on New York City subway trains, recently announced his retirement. The closure of his Upper East Side practice comes at the same time as another transition for Dr. Zizmor – his Fieldston, Bronx mansion has gone under contract.


Now Björk has more space and solitude than ever to write her“Pagan Poetry” and “Hyperballads.” You might say that “It’s Oh So Quiet.”  The Icelandic singer and champion swan dress wearer has bought her ex-partner of thirteen years, Matthew Barney, out of their Brooklyn Heights penthouse at 160 Henry Street.


Park views never come cheap. But the 16th-floor home of legendary Broadway actress and socialite Betsy von Furstenberg just sold for a stunning $2.5 million over ask. Von Furstenberg (no relation to famed designer Diane von Furstenberg) lived in the Bolivar at 230 Central Park West up until her death in April. She was 83.

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Gigi Hadid, professional beautiful person, and her new guy pal Zayn Malik, boy band member, are showing signs of taking their relationship to the next level. The couple toured a $6.5 million apartment at 10 Bond Street together, which is the celebrity equivalent of you touring a $2,500 one-bedroom rental in Bushwick.


Tina Fey may have followed Liz Lemon’s lead on this one: Like her character, she’s secured her upstairs neighbor’s sweet pad. Fey, and her husband, Jeff Richmond, paid $9.51 million for a four-bedroom apartment at 300 West End Avenue, a unit that is directly above a nearly identical co-op that the couple already own in the building.