Actress Parker Posey has sold her one-bedroom co-op in Manhattan’s East Village for $1,310,000, and has paid $1,350,000 for a two-bedroom co-op unit in the nearby Greenwich Village neighborhood.  The New York Observer’s “The Real Estate” blog wrote a post on February 27 about Posey selling the one-bedroom unit, at 119 E. 10th Street in the East Village, for $1,310,000. And, the New York Post’s Max Abelson broke the news in January of Posey being under contract to pay $1.35 million for a co-op unit at 30 Fifth Avenue in Manhattan. Most recently, the New York Post’s Braden Keil last Thursday wrote a blurb on Posey’s transactions as well. Here are some details on each transaction: --Back in October, Posey had listed her three-room unit at 119 E. 10th Street (near Third Avenue) in the East Village for $1,175,000, as we wrote on October 17. The unit, which Posey had owned since 2000, is on the top floor of an 1845 brownstone building where the other current owners include former Smashing Pumpkins lead guitarist James Iha and actress Chloe Sevigny. Features in that unit include a 15-foot skylight, exposed brick, a wall of windows, a claw-foot tub, a working carved-marble fireplace and exclusive roof access. Posey did quite well on the sale of that unit, unloading it for $1,310,000, or $135,000 over its asking price. Records show that Posey recorded the sale on February 27. --Posey’s $1,350,000 purchase of her new, two-bedroom, sixth-floor co-op unit at 30 Fifth Avenue (building pictured) was recorded by New York City on February 26, according to public records. Built in 1923 and located near Washington Square Park, the building at 30 Fifth Avenue has 15 stories, according to public records. As we exclusively reported back in October, Posey owns one other property as well, having quietly paid $650,000 in 2007 for a three-bedroom house on 5.3 acres in upstate Ghent, N.Y. Posey purchased the two-story, 2,633-square-foot house, which was built in 1840, from actress Tatum O’Neal. The house has two fireplaces and a pool, according to public records.