Sbarro Heir Sells, Eli Broad De-Lists

• Anthony Sbarro, heir to the pizza empire founded by his parents in the 1950s and a vice chairman at the company, has sold his 1,600-square-foot apartment at the Essex House on Central Park South for $3.25 million. [Cityfile]
• After ten months and three price cuts, financier and philanthropist Eli Broad has decided to take his full-floor apartment at the Sherry-Netherland off the market. The two-bedroom co-op, which Broad first put up for sale last August for $15 million, had most recently been listed for $10.95 million. [WSJ]
• Money manager Raymond Cubero and his wife, Kathleen Comerford, have put their Trump Tower duplex on the market with Paula Del Nunzio for $14.995 million. [NYO, BHS]

• Hong Kong mogul Eric Hotung has put his ninth-floor apartment at the Osborne on 57th Street on the market for $3.99 million. [WSJ, Sotheby's]
• Dennis Mehiel's $34.9 million duplex at the Carhart Mansion came back on the market earlier this month. The 10,350-square-foot apartment now has a new floorplan and layout, including dual dining rooms and a "study/gym," so perhaps Mehiel will have better luck selling it this time around. [NYO, BHS]