From the Wall Street Journal:
--Ron Zeff, founder of real-estate investment company Carmel Partners, listed his San Francisco home for $32 million. The property website for the lavish seven-bedroom home is here.
Jeff Moorad, vice chairman and chief executive of baseball's San Diego Padres, and his wife, Jan, have officially listed their eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom vacation home in Paradise Valley, Ariz., for $17.9 million.
--A Weston, Massachusetts home that we covered in September of last year, belongs to Jim Benson, the former chief executive of John Hancock Life Insurance, and his wife, Marlene. The Bensons spent four years building the 21,000-square-foot, Georgian Colonial-style home.
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From the NY Post:
--Sarah Jessica Parker is still on the hunt for a new home. She recently toured the $20 million triplex penthouse at 419 Broome St.
--Model/Madonna boy toy Jesus Luz has been spotted looking for an apartment at the Beatrice rental building, on 29th Street and Sixth Avenue. Rates start around $3,000 per month for a studio.
--A six-story limestone residence is quietly listed at $2.5 million in annual rent. The Gold Coast mansion was sold in 1995 for just $6 million. The mansion was commissioned by Frank Woolworth and built by C.P.H. Gilbert nearly 100 years ago.
--Actor Sean Hayes' former Theater District penthouse rental is back on the market for $8,000 a month. The listing is here.
From the Real Estalker:
--Ben Savage has listed his three-bedroom West Hollywood, California home for $1.599 million.
--Dancer Derek Hough has paid $650,000 for a two-bedroom condo in West Hollywood.
--Kate Hudson and Muse frontman Matt Bellamy have reportedly been searching for a new house in Los Angeles.
--Corey Feldman recently leased a five-bedroom home in West Encino which was last available at $5,700 per month.
--Kaley Cuoco has picked up a five-bedroom home in Sherman Oaks, California for $2.4 million.
--Cirque du Soleil ringleader Guy Laliberté has listed a five-bedroom home in Las Vegas for $1,899,999.