$10.5 million. The seller, identified as Amy Diane Connor, made the transaction through a trust; she had listed the home for just under $12 million.

The Renaissance Revival house, 22 feet wide and five stories high, encompasses around 9,800 square feet and has a full, finished basement. There is also ample outdoor space that includes terraces on the rooftop and off the family room on the fourth floor, as well as a rear patio on the ground floor.

The home contains seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

Ms. Miller won a Tony Award for best actress in the Broadway musical “Pippin,” and also appeared as Commander Paylor in the “Hunger Games” movies. Mr. Mars is a partner in the venture capital firm White Owl Capital Partners and a founder of Windstream Energy, which specializes in wind power.

$4.4 million, the full asking price, for a townhouse on East 32nd Street, between Third and Second Avenues.

lost the Democratic primary to the incumbent Andrew M. Cuomo three years ago. Ms. Marinoni is an activist for L.G.B.T.Q. rights and quality education.

And in end-of-the-month closings, the actor and singer Linda Lavin and her husband, Steve Bakunas, also an actor and a musician, got $1.09 million for their one-bedroom, one-and-a-half-bath co-op at 200 Central Park South. The couple had paid $949,000 for the unit in 2008.

Ms. Lavin, a Tony Award winner, is best known for her role in the TV sitcom “Alice.”

The buyers were Howard and Irina Smulewitz.

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