Alexis Stewart Puts Her Penthouse Back on the Market

Alexis Stewart (left) has put her penthouse condo at 27 North Moore Street back on the market for $12.4 million. That's the same price she was seeking when she first put it on the market 2007 before pulling it off the market earlier this year. She's since switched brokers, though: She traded Kathy Sloane for Dolly Lenz. [NYP, Prudential Douglas Elliman]
Stephen Dorff has listed his one-bedroom penthouse at 251 West 19th Street for $3 million. The 1,200-square-foot pad comes with an 800-square-foot rooftop terrace, spa shower, and wired-in surround sound system. [Real Estalker, Modlin Group]
Socialite/actress/Plum TV hostess Jennifer Creel has sold her four-bedroom home on Fisher's Island for $3.05 million. [Newsday]

Hedge funder Karen Fleiss and her physician husband David have slashed the price of their 16-room duplex at 1030 Fifth Avenue from $47.5 million to $34.5 million. They still stand to make a tidy profit if it sells, though, since the couple only paid $2 million for the spread back in the 1980s. [NYP, Brown Harris Stevens]
Billionaire John Paulson is still looking for someone to buy his Southampton spread, six months after he put it on the market. The hedge fund mogul was apparently close to selling the manse—which is now on the market for $16.9 million—but the would-be buyer walked away before the deal closed. [NYP, Prudential Douglas Elliman]
Tanya Hollander, one of the the Emperor's Club employees who played a supporting role in Eliot Spitzer's downfall earlier this year, has put her upstate home in Rhinebeck on the market for $389,000. [R&M]