Lyor Cohen Takes a Loss, The Mayor's Ex-Wife Lists

Lyor Cohen, the man who runs Warner Music, turned Def Jam into a music powerhouse in the '90s with Russell Simmons, and now happens to be Tory Burch's boyfriend, has taken a loss on the UES co-op he owned with his ex-wife, Amy. In 2006, Cohen and his then-wife paid $7.75 million a duplex at 8 East 96th Street. The purchase came about two months before the couple called it quits and now they've finally managed to unload the place: Google executive Julio Pekarovic and Maria Vasconcelos picked up the pad for $6 million. [NYO]
• Susan Bloomberg, the ex-wife of Michael Bloomberg—and mother of Georgina and Emma—has put her 4,472-square-foot penthouse at One Kenmare Square in SoHo on the market. The four-bedroom spread, which the mayor's ex-wife picked up for $10 million three years ago, is now listed for $11.5 million with Brown Harris Stevens broker Dennis Mangone. [NYO, BHS]

Bjork and Matthew Barney are on the move. The couple is reportedly buying a four-bedroom condo at 160 Henry Street in Brooklyn Heights that was listed recently for $4.25 million. Meanwhile, they're also trying to sell their old pad, a one-bedroom co-op at 180 West Houston Street, which went on the market in July for $1.7 million. [Real Estalker, BH Blog, BHS, BCRE]
• Daniel Craig has reportedly signed a lease on a three-bedroom apartment at the Park Imperial on West 56th Street for $38,000-a-month. [NYP]