Weekend Update: Jimmy Fallon Buys at 34 Gramercy Park East–Again!

Just when we thought Conan was getting all the attention again, late night host Jimmy Fallon brings the camera back to himself with a real estate curveball.

In 2006, the SNL-alum and Brooklyn native, who is married to producer Nancy Juvonen, listed two seventh-floor apartments at the oldest New York City co-op building, 34 Gramercy Park East, for $3.75 million. However, the listing soon came off the market and public records show no sale of the yet-to-be-combined units. Now, city records belie that Mr. and Mrs. Fallon may have had a change of heart about the pair of apartments in the 1880s era building, as the couple purchased a $1.35 million eighth-floor apartment from gallerist Gordon Veneklasen, who, evidently, has a knack for nostalgia–in 2009 he spent $5.5 million for Daniel Loeb’s carriage house at 7 MacDougal Alley.

The high-floor two-bedroom with park views was listed with Sotheby’s Serena Boardman. It looks like the 2010 Emmy Awards host is moving up–one floor at a time.