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Seinfeld will have to face co-op board? No sweat

Jerry Seinfeld isn't sweating his interview with the board of a co-op he's trying to move into.

He signed a $4.35 million contract to buy a Central Park West apartment now owned by Isaac Stern but has to get interviewed like everyone else before the deal is final, the New York Times reported Friday.The building is already home to Helen Gurley Brown, Sidney Lumet, Tony Randall and Beverly Sills, so his celebrity status likely won't be a problem, the Times said.