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Celebrity Real Estate Wrap: Seinfeld Gets Richer

1) Jerry Seinfeld has sold his old Centrak Park West apartment ... not that there's anything wrong with that. Ha! Zing! He bought the two-bedroom bachelor pad in the Bolivar at 230 Central Park West just as his show was hitting the air. After he got hitched, the newlyweds stayed there until their massive spread in the Beresford, only a block away, was renovated. He held on to it for use by family and out-of-town guests, but now it's been sold for at least $2.35 million. No word on whether Keith Hernandez was too busy to help him move. [William Neuman/Big Deal]
2) Funky photographer David LaChapelle has sold his artsy abode in a townhouse on East 6th Street. The celeb-chummy lensman bought the two-bedroom apartment way back in the mid-80's. It was lsited at $795,000. [Braden Keil/Gimme Shelter]
3) The younger brother of Donald Trump had a grand scheme to combine three separate units in a building on East 66th into one giant apartment, until he got divorced. Now the mid-renovation project can be all yours for $17 million. Check the pics, the thing is gigantoid. [William Neuman/Big Deal]
4) Dateline anchor Stone Phillips is having some trouble selling his triplex penthouse on the Upper West Side, so he's chopping the price by $1 million. He and the missus have already decamped for 19th Street. [Braden Keil/Gimme Shelter]
5) Rupert Murdoch wants your couch. No, really. [Forbes via The Real Estate]