Colombian Heir Sells, Ian Schrager Lists

• Carlos Alejandro Pérez Dávila, an heir to one of the richest families in Latin America (his cousin is Andrès Santo Domingo, husband of Lauren) has sold his four-story townhouse at 176 East 75th Street. The 5,800-square-foot mansion, which had been listed for $10.9 million, was purchased by Keith Meister, the son of tycoon Robert Meister, for $8.6 million. (Keith's brother is Todd Meister, Nicky Hilton's ex.) As for Dávila, he's already found a new home. He paid $19 million for 47 East 68th Street in 2007. [Cityfile]
Ian Schrager has put his 3,630-square-foot penthouse duplex at 285 Lafayette Street up for sale for $12.5 million. Neighbors in the building include Iman, David Bowie, and Janice Min. [NYP, BHS]
• Lee Neibart, CEO of Apollo's AREA Property Partners, has gone into contract to sell his 16th-floor condo at 15 Central Park West. The three-bedroom apartment, which Neibart and his wife Joyce bought for $7 million in January and re-listed a few weeks later, had been priced at $8.2 million. [Cityfile, BHS]

• Robin Aviv, the daughter of entrepreneur Victor Kiam and an heir to Remington Products fortune, has picked up a $6.4 million home in the Hamptons. The eight-bedroom mansion at 48 Halsey Lane South in Water Mill had been listed for $8.4 million. [NYP]
• David Godbout, a managing partner at Ceres Realty Fund, has put his 2,800-square-foot loft at 139 West 19th Street—which he bought for $2.75 million in 2005—on the market for $3.995 million. [Cityfile, Corcoran]