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• Former Morgan Stanley vice chairman Bruce Fiedorek has "quietly" put his fifth-floor co-op at 998 Fifth Avenue on the market for around $45 million. The 7,000-square-foot apartment, which was renovated by Stephen Sills and James Huniford and is one floor up from Len Blavatnik, is being listed by Kathy Sloane. [NYO]
• The sixth-floor co-op at 960 Park Avenue that belonged to the late Baroness Jacqueline de Gunzburg has gone into contract. It had been on the market most recently for $10.95 million. [Cityfile, Stribling]

• Condé Nast has unloaded its company-owned condo at the Promenade at 530 East 76th Street, which is where Jonathan Newhouse typically stayed when he visited New York. The five-bedroom pad, which was listed at $4.995 million when it went into contract in late January, sold to self-storage executive Nick Sprayregen for just $2.925 million. [NYO]
• Disgraced gallery owner Larry Salander dropped the price of his townhouse at 63 East 82nd Street shortly after he was arrested last month. First listed for $25 million, it's now priced at $15.995 million. [NYO, LJG]