Two Pads Listed on Park; A Sale at 110 CPS

• Todd Morley, founding partner of the asset management firm Guggenheim Capital and the Duchess of York's former business adviser, has put his two apartments on the 10th and 11th floors of 563 Park Avenue on the market. A longtime resident of the building, Morley bought the 11th floor co-op from Spamalot producer Arielle Tepper for $3.45 million in 2006 but never combined the apartments. He now has both places on the market together for $7.999 million. [Cityfile, Rutenberg Realty]
Iris Cantor, the philanthropist and widow of Cantor Fitzgerald founder Bernie Cantor, has sold off her penthouse at 110 Central Park South. The four-bedroom apartment, which Cantor bought for $15 million in 2006, was listed for $11.9 million when it went into contract in August. It sold for just $10.5 million to wine importer Leonardo LoCascio. [Cityfile]
• Former Xerox CEO Anne Mulcahy has paid $7.4 million for a three-bedroom condo in the Superior Ink building on West 12th Street. Mulcahy and her husband also own a home in Fairfield, Conn. [NYT]