Celebrity Roundup: Fekkai, Bronfman, and the Urban Glass House

  • Frederic Fekkai recently purchased a duplex at 953 Fifth Avenue from billionaire John Kluge for $7.4 million. And Edgar Bronfman Jr. has dropped over $26 million for 3.4 acres in Bridgehampton. (New York Post)
  • An East 65th Street townhouse, known as the “Murder Mansion,” will soon be the home of heiress Terry Parker. Ms. Parker is purchasing the top half of the renovated mansion, which had listed for $12 million. (Page Six)
  • Over at the Urban Glass House, things are heating up. Resort developer Sol Kerzner has agreed to purchase the $10.5 million penthouse in the Philip Johnson-designed building. (But does the purchase include the swanky tote bag?) And we already mentioned Scarlett’s big deal in Tribeca last Friday. (New York Times)
  • Publisher Jodi Della Femina, and her husband, are selling their Greenwich Village co-op $1.599 million). Tired of Manhattan, they simply “fell in love” with Brooklyn Heights. Aww. (New York)
  • Michael Calderone