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


Actress Jessica Chastain has managed to offload her Noho apartment at 250 Mercer Street a little more than a month after listing it. Chastain originally tried to rent out the apartment for $11,500-a-month, but then listed it for sale in April for $1.8 million (with the option to rent for $7,995 furnished or $8,450 unfurnished). The apartment has not yet closed, so the purchase price is not known.


If you are still scrambling for a last minute vacation plan and also have a spare $1 million, might we recommend renting 612 Halsey Lane, the lavish Hamptons home that once housed none other than American royalty, Beyonce and Jay-Z?


Neil deGrasse Tyson owns a new piece of the cosmos. The famed astrophysicist and his wife Alice Young are apparently looking to expand their digs at 145 Nassau Street in the Financial District. The couple just paid $2.1 million for a second-floor apartment next to their current pad.


The Chelsea condo where L’Wren Scott died in 2014 has hit the market for the first time since the fashion designer’s death. Apartment 9S at 200 Eleventh Avenue is priced at $8.25 million.


“Queen of the Indies” actress Parker Posey has listed her cozy Greenwich Village one-bedroom apartment in the co-op building 30 Fifth Avenue for $1.45 million.


Back in March, the Obamas announced that they would remain in D.C. until their youngest daughter, Sasha, graduates high school. Apparently, this home at 2446 Belmont Road NW is good enough for the First Family. And it really does seem to be *almost* as nice as the White House.


Less than two months after listing her Gramercy Park duplex apartment at 1 Lexington Avenue, Uma Thurman has found a buyer. The sale hasn’t closed yet, but the last listing price for the apartment was $6.25 million.


Anne Hathaway’s one-time, five-bedroom, Midtown apartment has hit the market — and it’s asking $33 million. The 7,750-square-foot duplex at Olympic Tower at 641 Fifth Avenue was shared by Hathaway and her then-boyfriend Raffaello Follieri — who has since been jailed and deported to Italy — in the mid-2000s.