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

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1) Bobby Flay’s Chelsea duplex apparently wasn’t selling fast enough for his taste. Now, the restaurateur and TV star is looking to rent his 3,200-square-foot unit at Rockrose Development’s Chelsea Mercantile at 252 Seventh Avenue, asking $22,500 a month.

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2) On the heels of selling her swanky condo at 41 Bond Street, the ex-wife of renowned soda-hater Michael Bloomberg has bought a two-bedroom spread on the Upper West Side. Susan Brown, who was married to the former mayor until 1993, dropped $4.95 million for a two-bedroom penthouse at the Olcott at 27 West 72nd Street, according to city property records.

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3) Hotshot artist Domingo Zapata is being accused by his ex-landlord of expressing himself a little too freely. Zapata allegedly wreaked havoc on his former Gramercy Park South townhouse to the tune of $200,000, according to a new lawsuit brought by Carolyn Benitez, who owns the property.

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4) Maybe Donald Trump is trying to distance himself from New York in the run-up to the Iowa caucuses. Maybe he thinks the market has peaked — or the apartment is a loser. Either way, the developer and Republican presidential candidate is selling another one of his units at the Trump Park Avenue on the Upper East Side.

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5) He is a man of many names — the rap impresario who ushered in the “shiny suit era” of hip-hop with tales of glamorous lifestyles filled with luxury. But Sean Combs is having a hard time getting anyone to buy his Park Imperial apartment. The 2,300-square-foot unit, located on the 66th floor of the celeb-heavy Midtown condo tower at 230 West 56th Street, is back on the market for just under $7 million.

Note: This is Steve Jobs, not Albert Watson. Watson took the photo.
Note: This is Steve Jobs, not Albert Watson. Watson took the photo.

6) Celebrity photographer Albert Watson is listing his picture-perfect 101 Warren Street penthouse. Watson, known for shooting the likes of Alfred Hitchcock and Tupac Shackur, is marketing his 3,800-square-foot condominium unit, the building’s second largest.

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7) Dr. Jonathan Zizmor’s subway ads proclaim that “you can look great today and take your time to pay!!” Looks like the dermatologist may have a similar attitude towards his rent payments. Zizmor is accused of failing to pay rent at his Midtown medical offices, according to a summons filed with the supreme court of New York Friday.

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8) From a townhouse on the Upper East Side to a penthouse in Chelsea: The Jonas Brothers have been all over NYC real estate the past few weeks.