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• Actor Roger Howarth, who used to be on One Life to Live but now appears on As the World Turns, has dropped the price of the three-bedroom condo at 505 Greenwich Street he shares with wife Cari Stahler. The sixth-floor pad, which the couple bought for $2.075 million in 2005 and listed for $3.195 million in March of this year, is now listed for $2.999 million. [Cityfile, Warburg]
• Eli Zahavi, the owner of EZ Energy Ltd., and his wife Gabriela have closed on the sale of their 25th-floor apartment at 15 CPW. The two-bedroom condo, which went on the market for $7.9 million in March, sold for $7.35 million to an entity called Metropark Investments Limited Partnership. [Cityfile]
• The skinniest house in the West Village has gone on the market. The three-story, 990-square-foot townhouse at 75 1/2 Bedford Street, where writer Edna St. Vincent Millay, Cary Grant and John Barrymore are all believed to have once lived—is listed for $2.75 million. [Curbed, Corcoran]

• Mets closer Francisco Rodriguez has paid $2.3 million for a six-bedroom mansion in Upper Brookville, NY. [Newsday]
• Jacob "Kobi" Alexander, the former CEO of Comverse Technology and now a fugitive from justice, has found a tenant for his condo at the Park Imperial on West 56th Street. The full-floor apartment is being rented by an "Asian-based hedge fund head" for $100,000 a month. [NYP]