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

Ivanka Trump and the unit at 502 Park Avenue (photo credit: Getty)

Jewelry isn’t the only thing Ivanka Trump is hawking. According to city records, the soon-to-be First Daughter has listed an apartment at 502 Park Avenue (a Trump building) for $4.1 million.

Trump purchased the condo in 2004 for $1.5 million, and listed it for a day in 2011. She later transferred it to an LLC that she controls in 2015.

Le Belvedere

A Bel Air mansion built by Mohamed Hadid, supermodel Gigi Hadid’s developer father, has been listed for $85 million.

Hadid sold the sprawling 40,000-square-foot property, known as Le Belvedere, for $50 million in 2010 to international buyers who never actually got around to moving in. He continued to live there following the sale, renting the property back from the new owners.

Willem Dafoe and 504 Grand Street (credit: Sasha Kargaltsev via Wikimedia and Misrahi Realty)

Everyone’s favorite movie villain, actor Willem Dafoe, has just parted ways with a Lower East Side apartment he co-owned with his son Jack.

According to the Observer, the two-bedroom co-op at 504 Grand Street sold for $860,000 — $10,000 above its asking price, and it was the younger Dafoe who actually resided there. The father-son duo purchased the pad in 2005 for $606,000.

Audrey Quock and 102 Fulton Street (credit: Monica Schipper via Getty and Douglas Elliman)

Former Sports Illustrated model Audrey Quock has just nabbed herself a new condo in the Financial District. She paid $2.2 million, city records show, a little less that its asking price.

According to the listing, the two-bedroom apartment at 102 Fulton Street, spans 1,580 square feet and comes with two bathrooms, a home office, keyed-elevator entrance, oversized windows, cooks kitchen, breakfast bar, “abundant” closet space, custom storage, and a private storage unit in basement.

Patricia Hearst Shaw, George Farias, Anne Hearst McInerney, Wendy-Stark (Credit,-Patrick-McMullan)

Everyone’s favorite revolutionary, Patty Hearst (now known as Patricia Hearst Shaw), has purchased herself a modest little getaway at the Upper East Side hotel, the Carlyle, for $1.36 million, according to city records.

Blac Chyna, Rob Kardashian (credit: E! via Youtube) and Kylie Jenner’s Hidden Hills home.

Kylie Jenner’s 2016 has been so full of real estate transactions that we had to make ourselves a timeline to keep track of them all. So it seems almost inevitable that her next business move is… becoming a landlord.

According to TMZ, Jenner is renting one of her spare Hidden Hills, California homes to her older brother Rob Kardashian, and his lady-love Blac Chyna, who also happens to be the mother of Kylie’s boyfriend’s kid. Got that?

Leonardo DiCaprio (image credit: Danny Harrison via Flickr)

Actor and serial real estate mover and shaker, Leonardo DiCaprio is at it again. This time the Oscar winner has sold his Studio City, California 1930’s ranch-style home for $2.2 million.

Adriana Lima (credit: Georges Biard via Wikimedia) and 146 West 57th Street

Beautiful human Adriana Lima is ready to bid farewell to her Midtown pied-à-terre.

The veteran Victoria’s Secret Angel is asking $4.8 million for the two-bedroom spread at 146 West 57th Street, also known as Metropolitan Tower. The 2,200-square-foot condo has been fully renovated, and comes with custom kitchen cabinetry, oversized windows, a media room, and Central Park views.

443 Greenwich and Kobi Halperin (credit: LinkedIn)

Fashion designer Kobi Halperin has just gone shopping and nabbed himself a brand new pad at Tribeca’s 443 Greenwich Street. Halperin and his wife Sagit paid $6.1 million for a three-bedroom spread at the landmarked condo building, city records show. The 2,644-square-foot first-floor apartment was listed for $7.9 million.

Jeff Franklin and his Hollywood Hills property

Television producer Jeff Franklin, who created and produced the hit “Full House,” sold his contemporary Hollywood Hills estate for $20.2 million to a Nevada-based LLC. It went for nearly $3.8 million below the asking price.