Bought and Sold

No word yet on the furnishings, but Barry and Susan Tatelman have purchased a $3 million condominium on Arlington Street in the Back Bay, opposite the Public Garden. Barry's name is more often paired with that of his brother, Eliot. Together, they're the ubiquitous hucksters behind Jordan's Furniture, which the brothers sold in 1999 to Warren Buffet's Berkshire Hathaway, but continue to run.

Alina Roytberg, cofounder of the Newbury Street luxury cosmetics company Fresh, has moved into a $2.6 million Colonial in Brookline.

Ted Dintersmith and Elizabeth Hazard have found themselves a new venture to share: a $2.9 million, four-bedroom house in Weston. Dintersmith is a partner in Charles River Ventures, a venture capital firm based in Waltham.

Andrew Sutherland and his wife, Amy, have landed a $2.7 million house in Cambridge. He is cofounder and vice president of the Escher Group, a data management company.

And for $2.6 million, Prashant H. Fadia, founder of Burlington-based Abacus Software Group, has purchased a Colonial in Concord.