Katie Lee Lists; Ackman and Whoopi Sell

• Katie Lee, the cookbook author and ex-wife of Billy Joel, is reportedly putting the 4,000-square-foot townhouse at 23 Perry Street that she and Joel once shared—and which she bought from Joel for $3 million after their split last year—on the market. The four-bedroom manse is set to be listed with Dolly Lenz for $12.9 million. [NYP, photos]
• Hedge fund mogul Bill Ackman has closed on the sale of his three-bedroom co-op at the Majestic on Central Park West. The 3,000-square-foot apartment, which Ackman first listed for $10 million last April and which went into contract in November, sold for $7.1 million to Douglas Libby and Marianne Johnson. [Cityfile]
• Seven months after she put her loft at 101 Wooster Street on the market for $3.99 million, Whoopi Goldberg has closed on the sale of the two-bedroom pad. The 3,600-square-foot apartment, which went into contract in October, sold for $2.985 million to Ben Lerer and his wife Emily. Lerer is the founder of Thrillist.com and the son of Ken Lerer, the new media investor and co-founder and chairman of the Huffington Post. [NYO]

• Could Alicia Keys and producer Swizz Beatz be the mystery buyers behind the purchase Lenny Kravitz's penthouse at 30 Crosby Street? That's the rumor, although their rep is denying that's the case. [NYP]
• Todd Wagner, the co-founder of Broadcast.com and Mark Cuban's business partner, has put his 76th-floor penthouse at the Time Warner Center on the market. The four-bedroom spread, which Wagner bought from Michael Hirtenstein for $15.7 million and later rented to Jay-Z for $40,000 a month, is now on the market for $38 million. [Curbed, PDE]
• Florida Marlins owner Jeffrey Loria has paid $16.5 million for 7.4 acres of land on the Howard Gittis estate in Southampton, along with $6 million for a carriage house on an additional six acres of property nearby. [NYP]
• The Trump International penthouse owned by Italian film producer Vittorio Cecchi Gori was auctioned off for $31 million, although the buyer's identity remains a mystery for the time being. [NYP]