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


1) A nine-room apartment at the Dakota is back on the market following a thorough redesign — and it just may have a celebrity connection.  The 4,700-square-foot apartment belonged to the late Jacqueline Bikoff, a “pianist and ballerina of Iranian descent who was a fixture on the Studio 54 scene,” according to the New York Observer. But before Bikoff moved in and hired her 25-year-old daughter, Sasha Bikoff, to give the apartment a slightly quirky makeover, it belonged to none other than Judy Garland.


2) Former Facebook exec Chris Hughes and his husband Sean Eldridge managed to sell their 4,100-square-foot Soho loft for $8.5 million after listing it in August. Let’s see if he’s able to sell The New Republic as fast!


3) Victoria’s Secret model Lais Ribeiro bought herself a 1,279-square-foot two-bedroom Chelsea apartment for $2.49 million at 165 West 18th Street. It looks pretty nice but not anywhere near as nice as her.


4) Max Weinberg, the Bruce Springsteen drummer who has been with the band forever, bought himself a Washington D.C. house near the French embassy for $2.4 million. The 3,000-square-foot home has five bedrooms and 3 and a half bathrooms.


5) Sally Field’s old house in Malibu (which for some reason has a teepee on the lawn) hit the market for $7.9 million. The home is 6,000 square feet and has horse stalls, a heated saltwater swimming pool and a tennis court.


6) Calvin Harris, aka Taylor Swift’s Scottish lover, has listed his “zen inspired” home overlooking the Sunset Strip for $9.995 million. Forbes has named Harris the richest DJ on the planet for the past three years (he is estimated to have made $66 million in 2015). He bought the home in 2013 for $7 million.