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


Last Spring, the Upper East Side townhouse that the late caricaturist Al Hirschfeld called home hit the market asking $9.2 million. The best part was that it features an eight-foot-tall original mural by the artist. Now, the townhouse has found a buyer.


The Twitter account “Sad Paul Giamatti” may have its work cut out for it.

The “Billions” star just sold his share of a Brooklyn Heights co-op to his ex-wife, director and producer Elizabeth Giamatti, for $1.1 million, according to documents filed with the city’s Department of Finance. The couple bought the home — at 35 Pierrepont Street — in 2002, according to property records. Pricing information was not available.


New York Rangers star Henrik Lundqvist finally sold his duplex penthouse at the Link at 310 West 52nd Street for $4.95 million, according to city property records.

Lundqvist was asking almost $6.5 million for the two-bedroom, two-and-a-half bath, 2,035-square-foot condo in Midtown West, the New York Post reported. It had been on the market since 2014 and the hockey player chopped the price in August. The 215-unit, 42-story tower was developed by the Elad Group.


Oscar-winning actress Anne Hathaway dreamed a dream and now she’s joining the stroller-and-early-bedtime set with a new $2.55 million Upper West Side co-op.

Hathaway and producer husband Adam Shulman sold their Dumbo loft in the Clocktower building in Dumbo back in July 2014 and were reportedly residing in Los Angeles, according to 6sqft. Their new penthouse, located at 18 West 74th Street, will likely be used as a pied-a-terre considering that it’s just 1,200 square feet and the couple has a baby on the way.