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• Interior designer James Huniford (left) has sold his townhouse at 26 Bank Street. The 3,822-square-foot home, which Huniford bought for $5.18 million in 2005 and listed for $8.2 million in June, sold for $7.25 million to Jocelyn C. White and Annabel Catherine White. [Cityfile]
• Former Dateline co-anchor Stone Phillips has put his 4,100-square-foot apartment at 8 West 19th Street on the market. The three-bedroom spread, which comes with library and soundproof media room, is listed for $4.995. Phillips paid $4.45 million for the place back in 2005. [NYP, Corcoran]
• Shopping center mogul Murray Goodman isn't giving up on his duplex at 960 Fifth Avenue. The 5,300-square-foot co-op, which Goodman first listed for $32.5 million in January, has since gone down in price four times since then. It's now down to $25.6 million, although that's still $24.2 million more than what Goodman paid for the place back in 1981. [Cityfile, Sotheby's]

• Software mogul Marty Sprinzen has closed on the sale of his ninth-floor apartment at 838 Fifth Avenue. The 4,552-square-foot apartment, which Sprinzen bought in 2007 for $15.8 million, put on the market for $24.5 million in May, and went into contract to sell last month, sold for $22.5 million to an entity identified as J-NYC LLC. [NYO]
• Model Maryna Linchuk has paid $1.1 million for a one-bedroom condo on Broome Street in Nolita. The seller was artist Ryan McGinness and his wife, real estate broker Trish Goodwin. [NYP]
• Russian chessmaster (and political force) Garry Kasparov has paid $3.4 million for a penthouse apartment at 205 West 76th Street. [NYO]
• Walter Cronkite's former apartment at the UN Plaza has officially hit the market. The two-bedroom co-op is listed for $2.995 million. [NYP, FRG]
• Child psychiatrist Harold Koplewicz and his wife, artist and Dalton teacher Linda Sirow, have put their loft-style apartment at 180 East 79th Street up for sale. The pad is available in "white box condition" for $3.2 million, or renovated for $5.9 million. [NYP, FRG]