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

Actor Stephen Dorff has re-listed his penthouse apartment at 251 West 19th Street in Chelsea for $3 million, the Wall Street Journal reported. Jared Seligman of Douglas Elliman has the listing.

It appears that Hollywood legend Cary Grant’s former home is just as dapper and interesting as he was. Las Palomas, the Spanish-style Palm Springs property in the “Movie Colony” neighborhood (so-named because many old Hollywood stars once lived there), has just been listed for $3.495 million.

The artist James Turrell and his wife Kyung-Lim Lee have (finally!) sold an apartment in their Gramercy Park West home for $2.25 million. According to city records, the buyer was Marlin Potash, a psychologist and author.

Bernard Ruiz-Picasso, the grandson of iconic artist Pablo Picasso, and his wife Almine have purchased a ritzy Carlyle House co-op unit on the Upper East Side for $8.45 million, according to property records filed with the city Thursday. Ruiz-Picasso — a poet and artist in his own right who, alongside his gallerist wife, runs a foundation that archives the works of his grandfather – closed on the three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom apartment at 50 East 77th Street on March 10.

Abby Leigh, noted visual artist and widow of Tony-winning composer Mitch Leigh, is listing her co-op on the Upper West Side for $6.3 million. The three-bedroom, three-bathroom apartment at the 32-unit, 14-story building at 27 West 67th Street boasts 17-foot ceilings, hardwood floors, custom lighting and a rooftop terrace.

Reader don’t preach to Madonna, who has landed herself in trouble deep.

According to TMZ, the “Material Girl” posted (or rather, we assume, her people posted) “Tenant Parking Only” signs in front of her Upper East Side home and even imprinted “No Parking” in the cement, with a yellow strip painted on the curb to make it seem extra official.

Actor and budding real estate investor Michael C. Hall is listing his Greenwich Lane apartment for rent just a few weeks after buying it. Hall, star of “Dexter” and “Six Feet Under,” is asking $15,000 per month to live in his 1,600-square-foot two-bedroom pad, located at 160 West 12th Street in the West Village, the New York Post reported.

It takes time to sell a pad — even for Austrian royalty. Princess Alexandra Schoenburg-Hartenstein sold her two-bedroom, two-bathroom, full-floor co-op at 14 East 68th Street for $2.7 million.

In this city, you gotta make the money first. Then when you get the money, you get the power. Then when you get the power, then you get a second 1 Fifth Avenue co-op. Brian De Palma, the director of “Carrie,” “Scarface” and “Dressed to Kill,” bought a second apartment at the 27-story Greenwich Village building, paying $1.8 million.

Tribeca Film Festival co-founders Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff are looking to sell their five-bedroom pad at the storied Dakota building for $39 million, more than a year after announcing their divorce.

If you’ve got a spare $60,000 lying around, you can now rent David Bowie’s former Caribbean estate for a week — just don’t make any ch-ch-ch-ch-changes. Indeed, none of the furnishings in the Balinese style villa have been changed since Bowie lived there in the 80s