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• The townhouse once occupied by Luke and Julie Janklow has finally found a buyer. The divorcing couple put the home located at 16 West 12th Street on the market nearly a year ago for $24.975 million. Now real estate developer Ara Hovnanian and his wife Rachel, who sold their sprawling co-op at 820 Fifth Avenue late last year, have reportedly closed on a deal to purchase the 25-foot-wide home. The manse had been listed most recently for $17.95 million. [NYP, BHS, previously]
• Bankrupt gallery owner Larry Salander has cut $1 million off the price of his townhouse at 63 East 82nd Street. The 9,200-square-foot manse, which the alleged art swindler bought for $4.75 million in 2004, was originally listed for $25 million before it was was dropped down to $15.995 last April. It's now listed for the bargain basement price of $14.995 million. [Cityfile, LJG]
• Two neighboring units at the Time Warner Center have come on the market for a combined $57.5 million. Psychic company founder Steven Feder has put his four-bedroom, 75th-floor apartment on the market for $34.95 million (or $10.47 million more than what he paid for it in 2008). Meanwhile, his downstairs neighbor, venture capitalist Doug Von Allmen, his duplex pad on the market for $18.45 million. The apartments can be purchased separately. Or you can combine 'em for a $4.1 million premium. [NYP]

• Retired Pfizer exec Gary Jortner and his wife Cindy have gone into contract to sell their 7th-floor condo at 15 CPW. The one-bedroom apartment, which the couple bought for $2.44 million in 2007, had been listed for $3.195 million since first hitting the market in September. [Cityfile, MB]
• The former home of late Wall Street titan Lionel Pincus has hit the market. His sons have listed the six-bedroom co-op at 733 Park Avenue for $12.5 million. Pincus's [NYP, Corcoran]
• Broadway producer Andrew Asnes and his wife, actress Anastasia Barzee, have paid $2.575 million for a four-bedroom at 37 Riverside Drive. [Cityfile]