Howard Stern staffers score fast buyers for their homes amid NYC exits


In a possible signal that tides are turning at the long-running “The Howard Stern Show,” two longtime staffers — Gary Dell’Abate and Ronnie Mund — have found buyers for their tri-state-area homes, all but confirming the buzz that they will not be returning to the show’s SiriusXM studio in New York City when offices are expected to reopen after Labor Day.

Stern’s veteran executive producer, Dell’Abate, has scored a buyer for his $3.2 million Greenwich, Connecticut, home mere weeks after it first hit the market, The Post can report. 

Lovingly known as Baba Booey, Dell’Abate has presided over “The Stern Show” for nearly four decades. The producer, 60, custom-built the mansion to his liking. 

The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home first hit the market on June 17 after talks that Dell’Abate and wife Mary Dell’Abate were considering leaving the tri-state area for good to live a hybrid life between Maine and Florida. 

Nearly three weeks later, an offer was made on the home and it is now under contract, property records show.