--Jerry Seinfeld has sold his former bachelor pad in the Bolivar for more than the asking price of $2.35 million.
--The apartment of former Miss America Bess Myerson has sold. The two-bedroom duplex in a co-op building at 3 East 71st Street was listed for $2.1 million.
--A triplex belonging to Robert and Blaine Trump is now on the market for $17 million. The apartment was originally three units at 131 East 66th Street but is now one 6,500-square-foot residence. The apartment was gutted in preparation for a new interior design plan but when the couple separated plans ceased. The apartment has a double-height living room, stained glass windows and six fireplaces.
From the New York Observer's Manhattan Transfers:
--Montel Williams has sold all three of his units on Riverside Blvd. He purchased three units in two buildings, at 200 and 220 Riverside Boulevard and in 2003 sold the condo at No. 200. Now he has sold off two penthouses at No. 220. He sold one penthouse for $2.275 million in June 2005 and and has sold the second for $5.7 million after a deal with his downstairs neighbors fell through.
--Harry Belafonte has cut the price on his West End Avenue apartment. It was first listed for $15 million and now the price is down to $11.75 million. The listing for the six-bedroom apartment is here.
--Doug Lebda, the president and CEO of Barry Diller's IAC/InterActiveCorp has purchased a $10.9 million Central Park West penthouse. The five-bedroom duplex has multiple exposures and wrap terraces with park and city views.
From the NY Post's Gimme Shelter:
--Stone Phillips has dropped the price on his apartment from $.5.5 million to $4.45 million. The prewar three-bedroom home has a terrace and a custom office. Check it out as our Estate of the Day later on.
--Lisa de Kooning, the only child of abstract expressionist Willem de Kooning, has sold one of her Manhattan apartments, a two-bedroom condo on the 37th floor at 200 E. 89th St. for $1.4 million.
--Socialite Elizabeth Lindemann has found a buyer for her apartment at 730 Park Ave. for more than her asking price of $21 million.
--Billionaire Ron Burkle has been seen checking out a $30 million penthouse at the TriBeCa Summit building at 415 Greenwich St.
--David LaChapelle has sold his East Village apartment which had an asking price of $795,000.
From the LA Times's Hot Property:
--Rita Rudner and her husband, Martin Bergman have purchased a Laguna Beach home for close to its asking price of $6.3 million. The couple also has a home in a penthouse overlooking the Las Vegas Strip.
--Johnny Carson's home on Pt. Dume in Malibu is expected to go on the market for close to $42 million. The 7,100-square-foot home sits on more than 4 acres and there is also a 2,700-square-foot guesthouse.
--Some astounding rent for Beverly Hills. Kelly Wearstler, designer of such hotels as the Viceroy Santa Monica, and her husband, Brad Korzen, chief executive of the Kor Group are paying $35,000 a month for a home while their new home is being refurbished.
--Screenwriter-producer Matt Cirulnick and his fiancée, Swedish model Suzanne Arvidsson, are buying a Venice home that had a list price of around $1.5 million.
--Actress Anita Barone and her husband, actor Matthew Glave have put their Hollywood Hills home on the market for $1.049 million and plan to buy a Valley home with a yard for their children. The listing is here.