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

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Eve Plumb today and in 1971 as Jan Brady (image credits: Jodisc and NBC Television Network via Wiki Commons

“Brady Bunch” actress Eve Plumb had much more than a hunch that this listing must somehow find a buyer — and that’s the way 330 East 49th Street became…her new apartment. Plumb, who played Jan Brady, paid $1.6 million for a penthouse level condo in Turtle Bay.

David Crane and the Los Angeles skyline (Image Credit: YouTube & James Gubera via Flickr)
David Crane and the Los Angeles skyline (Image Credit: YouTube & James Gubera via Flickr)

It’s the one where the co-creator sells his apartment. Television producer and co-creator of “Friends” David Crane and his partner Jeffrey Klarik have just listed their swanky Art Deco-inspired Los Angeles penthouse for $29.9 million.

52 Lispenard Street and Lance Thomas (Image Credit : StreetEasy and Keith Allison via Flickr)
52 Lispenard Street and Lance Thomas (Image Credit : StreetEasy and Keith Allison via Flickr)

Just months after inking a new four-year, $27 million deal with the New York Knicks, basketball player Lance Thomas has scored himself a Tribeca condo. The forward spent $3.6 million on the triplex at 52 Lispenard Street.

Gwen Stefani and her $35M home (Image Credit: Liton Ali via Wikimedia and Westside Estate Agency)
Gwen Stefani and her $35M home (Image Credit: Liton Ali via Wikimedia and Westside Estate Agency)

The ink on Gwen Stefani and Gavin Rossdale’s divorce papers has had a chance to well and truly dry since April, so it’s not surprising that the pair’s home in the Beverly Hills Post Office area has hit the market. The spread is asking $35 million.

Justin Bieber and Heath Hall (Image Credit : Lou Stejskal via Wikimedia and Rightmove)
Justin Bieber and Heath Hall (Image Credit : Lou Stejskal via Wikimedia and Rightmove)

London must have been calling Justin Bieber because the Canadian singer and songwriter has crossed the pond and set himself up in a £108,333-per-month mansion (roughly $133,340).

Carrol O'Connor and 1 West 72nd Street #28AB (image credit : CBS Television via Wikimedia and Corcoran)
Carrol O’Connor and 1 West 72nd Street #28AB (image credit : CBS Television via Wikimedia and Corcoran)

The Dakota home of the late actor Carroll O’Connor, who starred as Archie Bunker in the 70s television show “All In The Family,” has sold for $2.8 million city records show.

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Gawker Media founder Nick Denton, whose company lost a $140 million invasion of privacy lawsuit earlier this year and was sold to Univision, has put his Soho condominium on the market for $4.2 million.

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Top Chef judge Eric Ripert might have personally designed the kitchens for the entire building at the Chelsea Green, but that’s not enough to keep him from parting ways with his condo there. According to city records, he has sold his two-bedroom spread at 151 West 21st Street for $2 million.

Donatella Arpaia and 1280 Fifth Avenue #19A (image credit: New2bigap via Wikimedia and CORE)
Donatella Arpaia and 1280 Fifth Avenue #19A (image credit: New2bigap via Wikimedia and CORE)

Restauranteur and Food Network personality Donatella Arpaia has snapped up a three-bedroom condo at 1280 Fifth Avenue. According to city records, Arpaia – who is a regular judge on “Iron Chef America” and “The Next Iron Chef” – and her husband Allen have paid $3 million for the Carnegie Hill home that overlooks Central Park.