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Celebrity Real Estate Wrap: Moby's Whale Rejected, More

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1) Josh Barbanel did some digging into our report that Moby's El Dorado penthouse on Central Park West went back on the market, and in fact the co-op board did indeed reject the buyer. Through clenched teeth, Moby issued a statement saying the board probably had a good reason. He then wished a vegan, organic pox on them all. [Big Deal/Josh Barbanel]

2) Attorney-to-the-stars Gloria Allred, best known for representing Nicole Brown Simpson's family and appearing on every TV show that dares give her a call, has purchased this three-bedroom pre-war apartment at The Barrington (right) on the Upper West Side for $1.75 million, slightly above the asking price. [Gimme Shelter/Braden Keil]

3) Shady developer Raffaello Follieri and his better half, Anne Hathaway, are continuing their epic housing hunt. The two have been spotted checking out a four-bedroom Soho loft on Broadway that's renting for over $30,000 per month. [NYM/S. Jhoanna Robledo]

4) Because the Park Slope Food Co-op is a Marxist organization that threatens our Democracy at every turn, The Wire's Chad L. Coleman is forced to pick up shifts so that he can save 85 cents on salsa. [The City/Jake Mooney]

The El Dorado

300 Central Park West, New York, NY 10024