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

Boxing champ Floyd Mayweather Jr. just dropped $7.7 million cash on a newly built waterfront house on Miami Beach’s exclusive Pine Tree Drive. County records show Mayweather is the new owner of 5501 Pine Tree Drive, a contemporary spec home that boasts a wide-open floor plan and water views of Indian Creek.

What do you do when a judge orders you to pay a former wrestling star $10 million for publishing his sex tape? Maybe renting out your fancy Soho apartment is a start. Gawker founder and editor-in-chief Nick Denton put his four-bedroom apartment at 76 Crosby Street on the market for $15,000 per month.

Alessandra and Allegra Gucci, the granddaughters of Gucci founder Guccio Gucci, are discounting their Olympic Tower penthouse like it’s going out of style. The sisters are dropping the price on their eight-bedroom, 9,500-square-foot duplex by $10 million, to $35 million.

Celebrating several big Broadway successes, power-house producer William Berlind has picked up a theatrical new home in Greenwich Village. The producer behind shows like “Arthur Miller’s The Crucible” (staring Sophie Okonedo), and “Blackbird” (staring Jeff Daniels) paid $5 million for a four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom co-op at Butterfield House.

Carrie Bradshaw may have paid full price for her Manolo Blahniks but, in real life, Sarah Jessica Parker seems to like a bargain. The “Sex and the City” actress paid just $34.5 million for two adjacent townhouses at 273-275 West 11th Street. Parker inked a contract to buy the properties earlier this year from the United Methodist Women, a nonprofit that had owned them since the 1920s. The deal has now closed.

Singer, songwriter, and eternal tearjerker Adele might be headed stateside. The Grammy-award-winning Londoner has reportedly splashed out $9.5 million on a home in Beverly Hills’ swanky gated community, Hidden Valley.

If you can’t quite afford Michael Jackson’s $100 million Neverland Ranch, his $9.5 million mega-mansion in Las Vegas, which just hit the market, might be a nice consolation.

The sky is blue and conditions on the ground are looking good for NBC meteorologist Dylan Dryer and her cameraman husband Brian Fichera. The couple has picked up a two-bedroom, two-bathroom condominium at 70 Little West Street for $2.3 million.