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


Actor Michael C. Hall, of “Dexter” and “Six Feet Under” fame, has bought himself an apartment at 160 West 12th Street for $4.3 million, according to city records, considerably over the $4.2 million asking price. Corcoran had the listing. 


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Lydia Hearst-Shaw, the great-granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst and the daughter of Patty Hearst, has sold her condo at The Sheffield at 322 West 57th Street for $2.45 million, according to city records. The buyer was the Wendy Rowinsky Revocable Trust.


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Kesha may be in the midst of some unpleasant legal troubles at the moment, but at least she can take heart from a bit of good news. The pop star has successfully sold her Nashville house for $1.449 million.


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News anchor Katie Couric and her husband John Molner have picked up quite a pad for themselves on the Upper East Side. The couple paid $12.17 million for an apartment at 151 East 78th Street, according to city records, which is a good deal over the asking price of $11.95 million.


Talk about a jewel of a property! Jacob “The Jeweler” Arabov and his wife Angela have just purchased an apartment at 432 Park Avenue for $16.675 million, according to city records.


They say three times is the charm, but in the case of Broadway producer Tracy Aron, it might just be the fifth time. According to city documents, Aron has finally sold her townhouse at 627 West End Avenue for $6.9 million to the liberal foundation, New World Foundation. This is the fifth time Aron had listed the apartment in the last eight years.


Star interior designer Juan Pablo Molyneux and his wife Pilar have bought themselves a very nice apartment at 322 East 57th Street for $4.75 million, according to city records. Charlie Attias was the buyer’s agent. 


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The ol’ “Razzle Dazzle” finally worked — Richard Gere’s former apartment in Noho’s Silk Building is rented after eight months. It was asking $20,000.


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Gwyneth Paltrow recently launched an organic skincare line that may be affordable for mere mortals, but her Tribeca pad that hit the market for $14.25 million may be out of her followers’ price range


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Clothier and entrepreneur Serge Azria just picked up an eco-friendly duplex penthouse at 60 White Street in Tribeca. The Joie, Equipment and Current/Elliot head is in contract for the 3,100-square-foot, three-bedroom duplex unit at the Sorgente Group’s office-to-condominium conversion, paying $9.4 million, about $3,000 per square foot.