Sarah Paulson is back in New York to shoot Cupid, the Rob Thomas–produced 1998 series that’s being resuscitated by ABC. And as it turns out, she knew exactly where she wanted to live. On her arrival, says Prudential Douglas Elliman listing broker Bruce Wayne Solomon, the actress called him up asking about a particular building—a big prewar brick-and-terra-cotta West Twenties co-op—and, within days, signed a lease for a studio in the building. Solomon says Paulson, who starred in Aaron Sorkin’s critically acclaimed (if little-viewed) series Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip and most recently set up shop here during last spring’s Crimes of the Heart, charmed him (he “fell in love with her immediately,” he says, a little gushingly). Neither Solomon’s nor Paulson’s people will discuss the details, but records show that previous studios there have gone for around $3,000 a month. But does this mean she’s not going to crash with longtime partner Cherry Jones? Apparently Jones is back in California, shooting her own role, on 24.