Blakely and Itzler Look for an Exit at 15 CPW

Spanx CEO Sara Blakely and her husband, Marquis Jets co-founder Jesse Itzler (left), have gone into contract to sell their 14th-floor condo at 15 CPW, less than a year after they picked up the place from Smart Flyer owner Michael Holtz for $8.5 million. The pad was most recently listed at $9.85 million. [Cityfile]
Morgan Stanley managing director Guy Metcalfe, who paid $9.35 million for a five-bedroom apartment at 15 CPW in October and then re-listed the spread for $16.5 million just two weeks later, has now dropped the asking price to $13.75 million. [Cityfile, Corcoran]
Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy sold her 24th-floor apartment at 400 East 51st Street for $3.8 million to newly-appointed Novartis CEO Rober Pelzer. [NYO]

Real estate investor Adam Gordon has put his townhouse at 26 West 76th Street on the market for $25 million. That isn't the only property he has on the market right now. Gordon's also trying to sell his six-story property at 54 Bond Street, which he listed for $36 million in October. [NYO, Corcoran]
Former Mets infielder Edgardo Alfonzo has lowered the price of his Little Neck home, which he originally put on the market for $8 million in 2006. The home is now on the market for a mere $5.1 million. [Newsday]
Talbott Lea Simonds, the grandson of Pittsburgh billionaire Henry Hillman, paid $16.5 million for a five-bedroom, Annabelle Selldorf-designed townhouse at 69 East 91st Street. [NYO]