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  • Jamie-Lynn Sigler of Sopranos fame has sold her two-bedroom loft at 25 Leonard Street for $2.9 million. [Cityfile]
  • Another apartment at 740 Park has gone on the market now that the family of the late Randolph L. Speight has listed his longtime residence for $35 million. The two-floor unit is next door to the pad Peter Huang listed for $38 million in July, which means one lucky buyer could combine the two spaces. If they could ever get board approval. [NYT]
  • Cole Haan CEO James Seuss put his Shelter Island home on the market for $1.485 million. The property features wraparound decks, a heated pool, and a bamboo garden. [Newsday, Corcoran]
  • A 14th floor apartment at 15 Central Park West has sold for $14.2 million. The Hong Kong-based buyer is listed on property documents at Jolly Star Holding Limited. [Real Deal]
  • Retired IBM executive Anita Mandl and her architect husband David sold their apartment 280 Park for $3.1 million. The "smart house" was featured in a 2005 Times article due to its techie features like retractable TV screens and digital security cameras. [Cityfile]
  • Hedge funder Jordan Grayson, who launched Outpoint Capital in 2005, sold his condo at 45 Park Avenue for $1.35 million. He bought the apartment for $1.287 million back in February of this year. [Cityfile]