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

(credit: Joella Marano via Wikipedia)

Fashion designer Erin Fetherston has listed her very fashionable Tribeca condo apartment in the Sugar Warehouse building at 79 Laight Street for $22,995-a-month.

(Credit: Angela George via Wikipedia and the original listing photos from Cote d’Azur Sotheby’s International Realty)

Most people, when their property doesn’t sell, lower the asking price. But then again, most people aren’t Johnny Depp. The movie star, who is currently going through a highly contentious and publicized divorce with Amber Heard, has just re-listed a village he owns in the south of France for $55 million — more than twice its original asking price of $26 million.

1468422197Matt Lauer just can’t stop flipping houses! The “Today” show anchor has listed his home in Sag Harbor for $17.995 million, the Wall Street Journal reports, right on the heels of purchasing Richard Gere’s home in North Haven for $36 million (down from its original listing price of $65 million) and selling his cottage for $4 million after only two weeks on the market.

Professional beautiful person Kiara Kabukuru has sold her equally beautiful co-op apartment at 40-50 East 10th Street in Greenwich Village for $2,550,000, according to city records.

Carlton Cuse just bought a condo at 10 Madison Square West (credit: A&E networks via Wikipedia)

“Leave the island? “Lost” show runner Carlton Cuse isn’t going anywhere, having just paid $4.1 million for a condo at 10 Madison Square West.

Credit: Gage Skidmore

In a world where actresses totally renovate Brooklyn brownstones … they can list them only a few years later for double the price. At least that’s what actress Lake Bell She and her husband, tattoo artist Scott Campbell, have listed their Clinton Hill brownstone at 119 Vanderbilt Avenue for $3 million, nearly twice what they paid for it in 2013.


“Queen of the Indies” actress Parker Posey has sold her cozy Greenwich Village one-bedroom apartment in the co-op building 30 Fifth Avenue for $1.45 million, after listing it less than two months ago. And yes, in case you are wondering, that is her posing in the listing photos.


In an uncertain media climate of layoffs, disruption and tronc-ing, Shane Smith isn’t hurting much. The CEO of Vice Media just bought his second Los Angeles home: a $3.8 million estate in the ritzy Rustic Canyon neighborhood of the Pacific Palisades.