Our daily roundup of the most notable high-end residential transactions from the past 24 hours.
— Ronald L. Bernstein and wife, Keri, bought an apartment at The Harrison at 205 West 76th Street for $4,604,645.64. The apartment at the swanky Upper West Side, Robert A.M. Stern-designed condo with an Equinox gym in the basement was listed by Related Sales agent Sherry Tobak. Filed: 4.26.10 [Editor’s note: This item reflects a correction made on April 28. The item originally identified Mr. Bernstein as CEO of tobacco giant Liggett. He is not.]
— Accounting firm Citrin Cooperman & Company founding and managing partner Joel A. Cooperman and his wife, Christine, purchased a $2.9 million apartment at 799 Park Avenue from the estate of Beatrice L. Shapiro. The two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom, “Park Avenue treasure” was listed by Corcoran’s Stephen Gutman, Elyse Gutman and Judith Harrison. The hardwood-floored abode includes an all-weather solarium and planted outdoor terrace. Filed: 4.26.10
— Accounting magnate (and not the Clinton bloodhound) Kenneth Starr‘s ex-wife Marisa sold her apartment at 100 United Nations Plaza to Christos Zoulas for $2.75 million. The high-floor, two-bedroom three-bathroom has floor-to-ceiling windows and a wrap-around terrace, both revealing “breathtaking majestic views of the East River, the United Nations Building, Chrysler, Empire State Buildings, Sunrises, Sunsets and the city.” It was listed by Halstead’s Monica Podell. Filed: 4.23.10
— Patricia Wolpert, a retired IBM executive who now runs her own consulting business, sold her apartment at 22 West 66th Street for $3,000,100 to Lynn Krominga, a healthcare executive specializing in senior living facilities. The apartment does not appear to have been listed. Filed: 4.23.10