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Celebrity Real Estate Wrap: Kevin Spacey is Shy, Edgar Bronfman is Not

1) How quiet is Kevin Spacey trying to keep the sale of his duplex penthouse (above) at tiny little 5 Harrison Street in Tribeca? Well, his name has never been attached to the listing even after seven months of languishing on the market, with a pricechop thrown in for good measure. And when Braden Keil did out the Spacey space, the listing was immediately pulled from the Corcoran site. [Gimme Shelter/Braden Keil]

2) The feud between Madonna and the co-op board at Harperley Hall on Central Park West has been squashed. Madge closed on a seventh-floor spread in the co-op for $7 million, after initially being blocked. She has owned a place in the building since 1985. [The Real Deal]

3) We're not sure what's more surprising: that Carol Burnett just sold her two-bedroom apartment in the Trump International for $5.58 million (she doesn't seem like the Trump type) or that she just turned 75. Wow, time flies. [Manhattan Transfers/Max Abelson]

4) While he may not be a celebrity in the conventional sense of the word, if Seagram heir and media exec Edgar Bronfman can pull off this pair of flips he'll be a star, at least to real estate brokers. We know about his pump and dump at 1040 Fifth Avenue (which is still on the market), and now he's pulling the same stunt at the Carhart Mansion. Bronfman paid $19.2 million for the penthouse in the historic East 95th Street building, and now it's back on the market for a whopping $24.5 million. Dude's got a set, that's for sure. [Gimme Shelter/Braden Keil]