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• Actress/TV producer Polly Draper and her husband Michael Wolff, the jazz pianist and composer best known as the bandleader on the Arsenio Hall Show, have put their full-floor apartment at 43 Fifth Avenue on the market. The 13-room, five-bedroom spread is listed for $25 million. [Curbed, AW]
• Texas-based restaurant kingpin Bradley Blum, who's headed up operations at Olive Garden and Burger King and now serves as CEO of Romano's Macaroni Grill, has picked himself up a pied-à-terre. Blum paid $3.7 million for a two-bedroom apartment at the newly-renovated 141 Fifth Avenue. [NYO]
• Paul Greenwood, the former money manager and Islanders co-owner, has put even more property in Westchester up for sale. In addition to the 16-acre estate in North Salem that he listed last month, Greenwood, who was accused of securities fraud last year, is also looking to sell his 300-acre horse farm nearby for $29 million. [NYP, V&W]

• Former Jets defensive back John Dockery and his wife Anne have paid $4.575 million for a three-bedroom apartment at the One Brooklyn Bridge Park building on the border of Brooklyn Heights and DUMBO. [NYP]
• Hedge fund manager Theodore Petroulas has put his five-bedroom Westchester mansion on the market for $9.5 million. He originally bought the 14,000-square-foot spread from David Weinreb, a former salesman for Bloomberg LP who pleaded guilty to wire fraud in 2004, and his wife Karen for $1.9 million. [NYP, Sotheby's]