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• Is Chris Noth giving up on the Village and planning to move his family to the Upper West Side? A tipster tells us Noth and his girlfriend Tara Wilson have visited a two-bedroom apartment at 239 Central Park West on two occasions in recent weeks. The apartment is currently on the market for $1.85 million. [Cityfile, BHS]
• Publishing heir Robert Ziff has closed on the sale of his three-bedroom condo at the Trump International. The 41st-floor apartment, which Ziff bought for $5 million in 2001 and listed for $13 million in 2008, had been on the market for $11.5 million when it went into contract last month. It sold for $10 million to Barbara Stiefel, a Democratic fundraiser from Florida. [bigdeal_nyc]
• Anna Bulgari sold her apartment on East 79th Street last week. Now the jewelry designer has picked up a new home. Bulgari paid $3.995 million for a three-bedroom apartment at 1040 Madison Avenue. According to property records, the seller is Bunny Price, the Tennessee-based ex-wife of billionaire money manager Michael Price. [Cityfile]

• The mystery buyer who paid $12.95 million for Gisele Bundchen's Barrow Street townhouse? It's reportedly R. Jerry Parker Jr., the founder of Chesapeake Capital Corp. [NYP]
• Former New York Jets quarterback Vinny Testaverde has finally sold his Oyster Bay Cove home after it languished on the market for more than two years. The expansive spread, which Testaverde first listed for $6.995 million in October 2007, sold for just $3.1 million. [Newsday]