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Celebrity Real Estate Wrap: Conehead's Castle

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1) SNL alum Dan Aykroyd spends most of his time nowadays on the West Coast, so he's selling his penthouse triplex in the really, really tall sliver building at 360 East 88th Street, known as Leighton House. The asking price is $7 million, but you could probably sublet that doll house to recoup some of the cost. [Big Deal/Josh Barbanel]

2) Why did Sting's 88 Central Park West apartment disappear from Linda Stein's website on the day of her murder? As it turns out, the world's most famous lutenist may be having a change of heart about selling his Brentmore duplex and moving to 15 Central Park West, where he's already purchased a $30 million apartmet. The PriceChops probably ain't helping, either. [Braden Keil/Gimme Shelter]

3) The Olsen twins are shedding real estate like pounds. Their massive Morton Square spread made a big splash, and now Ashley Olsen has vacated the Grove Street townhouse duplex she had been renting since 2005. It was on the market for $15,000-per-month, but it now appears to rented. [NYM/S. Jhoana Robledo]

4) Lovable schmuck Zach Braff has closed on legendary Broadway director Tom O'Horgan's 2,500-square-foot apartment at 840 Broadway. He paid $3.2 million for the apartment, which puts him in the same building as penthouse owner Heather Graham and ground-floor tenant Forbidden Planet. [The Real Estate/Max Abelson]

5) See Maggie Gyllenhaal plead poverty for her reason for moving to Brooklyn! See Jeffrey Wright describe how the streets are overrun with hedge fund d-bags! Brooklyn power! [Daily Intel]

15 Central Park West

15 Central Park West, Manhattan, NY 10023

88 Central Park West

88 Central Park West, New York, NY 10023