Ex-Amex Chief Unloads

• Former American Express CEO James Robinson and his wife, Linda, have sold their estate in Warren, Conn. The buyer is famed architect Santiago Calatrava, who paid $5.5 million (or 25 percent less than the original asking price) for the 5,500-square-foot home set on 35 acres. [WSJ]
• Real estate developer Andrew Heiberger has cut even more off the price of his townhouse at 161 East 63rd Street. Heiberger bought the six-story manse in 2004 for $8.15 million and put it up for sale for $16.85 million in February 2009. He dropped the price to $14.85 million in June. Now it's listed for $13.75 million. [Cityfile, Sotheby's]

• A neo-classical landmarked building at 70 Broad Street has gone on the market for $45 million. The 15,218-square-foot building, which was originally constructed as a bank but is now zoned for use as "office, mixed-use property or private residence," was reportedly owned by the late spiritual guru Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. [Real Deal, Curbed, BHS]
Mikhail Baryshnikov has put his two-bedroom home in Palisades, NY, on the rental market. The "Adirondack style dwelling" can be yours for just $4,500-a-month. [Real Estalker, Sotheby's]
• Leslie Lewis Sword—actress, writer, and daughter of the late Reginald Lewis, the former CEO of Beatrice Foods—has paid $8.136 million for a 17th-floor apartment at 150 East 86th Street. [Cityfile]