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Bob Weinstein and his wife Annie Clayton are reportedly looking for a buyer for their five-bedroom apartment at the Beresford. The 6,500-square-foot duplex is "quietly" being offered for "around $34 million" by Brown Harris Stevens broker Ileen Schoenfeld. No need to worry about the couple being homeless if they manage to unload the apartment: In addition to a townhouse on West 70th Street, which they picked up for in May for $15 million, the Weinsteins also own a one-bedroom on West 67th Street and a condo at Astor Place. [NYO]
• Retired hedge fund manager Michael Steinhardt has sold his two-bedroom apartment at the Museum Tower. He and wife Judy won't be moving, however: The Steinhardts split their time between an apartment at 1158 Fifth Avenue and a massive estate in Bedford. [Cityfile]
• Charles Martin Jr., the CEO of Vanguard Health Systems, has picked up a pied-à-terre. The Nashville-based exec purchased a four-bedroom duplex at 155 West 15th Street for $6.675 from Blackstone senior managing director Neil Simpkins and his wife Miyoung Lee. [Cityfile]

Donald Trump Jr. and his wife Vanessa are moving out of their Trump Place condo on the Upper West Side. The couple paid in the "$2 million-plus range" for a three-bedroom at the Sovereign on East 58th Street. [P6]
• Financier Robert Agostinelli and his ex-wife have sold their four-bedroom co-op at 36 East 72nd Street. The buyer, the son of German art dealer Heinz Berggruen, paid $6.5 million for the place. [NYO]
• It's about time. Three years after first putting his Little Neck home on the market—and after countless price cuts—former Mets infielder Edgardo Alfonzo has finally gone into contract to sell the five-bedroom home for close to its most recent asking price of $3.8 million. [Newsday, PDE]
• The 3,208-square-foot penthouse at the Clock Tower in Dumbo—which took home the title as the most expensive apartment ever sold in Brooklyn when it was purchased in 2007 for $7 million, is now back on the market. It's available for $8.5 million, or you can rent it for $22,000 a month. [NYO, Sotheby's]