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• The Greenwich Village townhouse that belonged to late party planner Robert Isabell is up for sale again. Four months after an unidentified buyer picked up the home for $2.1 million, the 2,813-square-foot building at 16 Minetta Lane is now back on the market with a $3.5 million price tag. Then again, not every townhouse in NYC has a "basement hand-chipped by Tibetan-born sherpas" or a "rainforest atrium." [Curbed, PDE, NYT]

• Barry Liben, the CEO of Travel Leaders Group, has paid $4.806 for a fifth-floor apartment at 235 West 71st Street. [Cityfile]
• It's been four months since the home of late abstract painter Judith Rothschild hit the rental market for $18,000 a month. Now the manse at 1110 Park Avenue has gone into foreclosure. The five-bedroom home will reportedly hit the auction block on February 4th. [Curbed, C21]
• Fashion designer Fortuna Valentino has put her Sands Point home on the market. The 2.2-acre estate, which features a six-bedroom manse with indoor pool and meditation room, is listed for $9.25 million. [Newsday, Sotheby's]