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  • Hotelier Ian Schrager is paying $14.9 million for the triplex penthouse at 40 Bond Street. Once it's complete, Schrager will kick back in a 8,500-square-foot space, with 4,000-square-feet of outdoor space and 11-foot ceilings. [TRD]
  • Harper's Bazaar creative director Stephen Gan has purchased a 1,875-square-foot, three-story townhouse at 105 Mercer Street for $3.55 million. The buy comes four months after he sold his Washington Park condo for $2.5 million.
  • Brit actor Ralph Fiennes paid $2 million for a condo at 321 West 13th Street. The two-bedroom pad features a wood burning fireplace, chef's kitchen, and views of the Empire State Building.
  • The most expensive apartment in New York history—a $150 million residence at 15 Central Park West—may be on the market, at least according to Dolly Lenz. This would be the fourth apartment in the building on the market for more than $80 million, although who owns it and who'd be willing to spend that kind of money right now to buy it, are still up in the air. [Observer]
  • Just a few months after they paid $3.3 million for an UWS condo, Tim and Elisabeth Hasselbeck have unloaded their old co-op for $1.6 million. The couple purchased the second floor apartment for just under $1 million three years ago. [NYP]
  • Aussie banker Timothy Bishop and his wife Stacey paid $10 million for a four-bedroom condo at 15 West 63rd Street this week. The 2,909-square-foot unit is located on the building's 23rd floor.