--A Manhattan Supreme Court judge has prohibited the sale of Dr. Nicholas Bartha's townhouse at 34 E. 62nd St. due to pending lawsuts.
--THe MTV VMA Style Villa at the Bryant Park Hotel included model for Trump's newest project, the Trump Grande Ocean Resort & Residences in Sunny Isles Beach, Fla.,
--The potential owner of the former Fifth Avenue co-op apartment of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis still hasn't been approved by the board yet so no deal so far.
--Eve Weinstein has dropped the price on her duplex at 88 Central Park West to $23 million, not a surprise since she has already bought new digs.
--The Park Avenue apartment of the late Evelyn Annenberg Jaffe Hall is being sold. The full-floor Park Avenue apartment had a a last asking price of $23.75 million,
From the LA Times Hot Property:
--Priscilla Presley has sold her Arrowhead house for close to its $2.5-million asking price.
--Yet another sports celeb moves to Manhattan Beach. Jeff Garcia, the backup quarterback for the Philadelphia Eagles, and his girlfriend, Carmella DeCesare have purchased a three-level house for about $2.8 million.
--Tom Joyner has bought a home in Beverly Hills for close to its $5.4-million listing price.
--"American Idol" music director-bandleader Rickey Minor and his wife, Karen have bought a condominium in Hancock Park for $910,000.
From The Real Estate Journal:
--The MGM Mirage is asking $28 million for a Las Vegas home once owned by casino magnate Steve Wynn. The MGM Mirage bought the house as part of its purchase of the Mirage Resorts. Peek inside later, it's our estate of the day.
--The Hawaii home of Sidney Frank, who created the successful Grey Goose vodka brand, was recently sold for $10.5 million to a group of investors who then re-sold it for an undisclosed sum.
--Susan Sontag's Manhattan penthouse, shown above, has sold. It had an asking price of $3.75 million.