Last Updated Mar 10, 2010 4:37 PM EST
The New York Observer reports that the apartment, which previously had a whisper listing price of $35 million, is now available for sale for $29.5 million. Guess that shows Conan has a commitment to living in Los Angeles stronger than his network, which pulled the plug on his hosting the Tonight Show.
The beauty of the combined apartment is that it's on a corner, allowing for three terraces, one that faces west over the park, and one that wraps a bedroom and faces both south and west. Did I mention the eight bathrooms?
Since O'Brien managed to get a reported $45 million in severance ($12 million of which goes to his staff), I wouldn't put anything past him, but $29.5 million is a strong number.
The listing agent is Brown Harris Stevens' John Burger, who got a little ink in the New York Times when he offered to sell Bernie Madoff's penthouse for free. (That listing actually went to a rival, who charged).