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Celebrity Real Estate Wrap: A-Rod Looks, B-Shan Buys

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1) This $6.795 million street-level apartment in the storied San Remo at 145 Central Park West is way too dowdy for the richest baseball player of all time, but Alex Rodriguez did check it out for about 20 minutes. He already owns a huge apartment in the Trump Park Avenue, and word on the street is that he's looking for a "trophy property," so Braden Keil speculates this could be for a relative. [Gimme Shelter/Braden Keil]

2) One would think that buyers at the restored and converted pre-war building at 823 Park Avenue would have most of their teeth in tact, but that would be an incorrect assumption. Rangers star Brendan Shanahan, now roughly 10,000 years old, has paid $13.44 million for a 4,000-square-foot, five-bedroom condo in the place. [Page Six]

3) Howard Stern couldn't stand living so far away from Regis Philbin (two floors), so he bought the apartment directly below his penthouse in the Millennium Tower at Lincoln Center so he can combine it into his massive spread and trample on Regis' head all day and night. Stern paid just over $15 million for the space, and his square-footage in the building now clocks in at 8,400 square feet. Not bad for a satellite radio DJ. [Keil]

4) Famous for dating Nicole Ritchie and for once weighing 324 pounds, DJ AM is now a proud owner of a piece of Andre Balazs. AM (real name Adam Goldstein) paid $1.995 million for a 1,147-square-foot apartment in One Kenmare Square. Yeesh, as if La Esquina wasn't already crawling with DBs. [Manhattan Transfers/Max Abelson]

One Kenmare Square

210 Lafayette Street, New York, NY 10012

San Remo

145 Central Park W, New York, NY 10023