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Celebrity Real Estate Wrap: De Niro Settles Down

1) Ending what was an epic housing hunt, Robert De Niro finally shelled out some dough for a pad on the Upper West Side. He's paying around $23 million for a five-bedroom Central Park West duplex in the Brentmore (right), owned by Eve Weinstein, Harvey's ex. Among the perks are a "primo Thanksgiving Day parade" view and a screening room with twim 35-mm projectors. Sting also lives in the building, for now. [Braden Keil/Gimme Shelter]

2) It seems like Maggie Gyllenhaal is everywhere when it comes to the fine art of celebrity real estate reporting, and this week is no different. She may be off to Park Slope soon, but she had a sticky legal situation on her hands with her full-floor $5,000/month rental in Greenwich Village. Seems like the building's co-owners got into a huge fight, and some of them tried to get her evicted. No dice. [NYPost]

3) Snagging a park-fronting four-bedroom apartment for $18 million, Tommy Hilfiger is the latest in a list of boring names to buy into The Plaza. He joins developer Harry Macklowe, Patriots owner Bob Kraft and weird cat lady Jocelyn Wildenstein. [Braden Keil/Gimme Shelter]

4) The buyer of Britney Spears' long-suffering Silk Building apartment is vetertan TV writer and producer Jessica Klein and her husband. Well alright then. [Josh Barbanel/Big Deal]