Trump Int'l Fixer-Upper: Yours for $28.5 Million• Back in July, word spread that financially troubled movie producer Vittorio Cecchi Gori's 52nd-floor apartment at the Trump International—a 5,500-square-foot pad that Donald Trump himself once owned—had gone into contract for $18 million, making it "possibly the largest residential foreclosure action ever in Manhattan," according to the Times. It's been six months since then, but the gutted palace in the sky is now back on the market. The penthouse, which will undoubtedly require many millions to whip into shape—or is "a complete blank canvas" in the words of Prudential Douglas Elliman managing director Howard Margolis—can now be yours for $28.5 million. [Cityfile, PDE]

• It took just over a year, but Eve Weinstein has finally closed on the sale of her four-bedroom apartment at 1133 Fifth Avenue. The sixth-floor apartment, which Weinstein listed for $13.5 million in December 2008, had been on the market $11.9 million when it went into contract in September. The deal has now closed and the apartment has been sold to Chelsea Piers co-founder Tom Bernstein and his wife Andrea for $10.4 million. [NYO]
• The former Park Avenue apartment of Ira Levin, the late novelist who wrote books like Rosemary's Baby and The Stepford Wives, has sold after eight months on the market. The 15th-floor pad at 1172 Park Avenue was picked up by philanthropist Dorothy Tananbaum for $2.05 million. [NYO]