Conan Looks for Payout on CPW; Madoff Buyer Revealed

Conan O'Brien's tenure as Tonight Show host has ended, but it looks like he and wife Liza may be planning to stay in LA, since they're reportedly looking to unload their penthouse duplex at the Majestic on Central Park West. The 17th and 18th-floor spread, which features three terraces and Central Park Views, is being "quietly" shopped around for $35 million. [NYP]
• The buyer of Bernie and Ruth Madoff's penthouse has been revealed. It's Al Kahn, the CEO of 4Kids Entertainment and the man behind Pokemon and the Cabbage Patch Kids, who is said to be buying the place at at 133 East 64th Street for "just under" the asking price of $8.9 million. [NYP, previously]
Jimmie Johnson has unloaded one apartment and picked up another. The Nascar driver has sold his 3,200-square-foot loft at 32 West 18th Street, which he put on the market last year, for $4 million. Meanwhile, he and his wife paid $8.33 million for a condo in the Superior Ink building on W. 12th St. [NYT]

• Financier Henry Silverman has paid $14 million for a 12,200-square-foot mansion in Sagaponack. The 2.38-acres comes with tennis court, pool and its own one-hole golf course. [Newsday]
• Brooklyn's most expensive condo has just been sold to the unidentified "founder of an investment management firm." The 9,486-square-foot apartment at the One Brooklyn Bridge Park building sold for $8.495 million. [NYT]
• Interior designer Juan Montoya and his partner, Urban Karlsson, have put their apartment at 211 Madison Avenue on the market. The one-bedroom condo, which was featured in Architectural Digest in 2004, is listed for $1.3 million. [NYT, PDE]
• It looks like Lily Pond Lane is getting yet another famous resident, now that Madonna is reportedly renting the six-bedroom manse known "Coxwould" for the summer. The massive estate was listed for $425,000 for the Memorial Day to Labor Day period. [NYM, NYP, Saunders]