DJ AM's Pad Listed; 2 North Moore Finds a Buyer

• The SoHo apartment where Adam Goldstein (aka DJ AM) died from a drug overdose last year has arrived on the market. The 1,147-square-foot condo at One Kenmare Square, which Goldstein purchased for $1.9 million in 2007, is listed for $1.795 million. [Curbed, PDE]
• Nearly two years after they first put it on the market for $35 million, mortgage company founder Steven Schnall and his wife Sherri have found a buyer for their over-the-top 11,000-square-foot mansion at 2 North Moore Street. The five-bedroom townhouse, which is equipped with a 50' heated lap pool, screening and billiards rooms, and "outdoor dining atrium"—and which had been listed most recently for $29 million—went into contract to sell late last week. [Cityfile, Corcoran]

• The former Dakota residence of the late model/actress Ruth Ford is been reduced in price. The three-bedroom co-op, which Ford listed for $7.5 million in December, is now listed for $5.99 million. [Curbed, PDE]
Igal Lichtman, the founder of a software company called MagicSolutions, has paid $6.31 million for a 42nd-floor apartment at One Madison Park. [Curbed]