Whoopi Finds a Buyer

Whoopi Goldberg has gone into contract to sell her two-bedroom loft at 101 Wooster Street. The comedian, actress, and View co-host put the apartment on the market for $3.99 million back in June and closed on the purchase of a home in West Orange, NJ just last week. [Cityfile, Sotheby's]
• After going into contract (and falling out of contract) multiple times, the triplex penthouse at 895 Park that belonged to the late movie producer and clothing entrepreneur Charles Evans has finally found a buyer. The four-bedroom apartment, which was first offered for $29.5 million in 2007, was purchased for $15 million by Robert Weisz, the CEO of the commercial real estate company the RPW Group, and his wife Cristina. [Cityfile]

• Brett Icahn, the son of billionaire Carl Icahn, had paid $2.9 million for a penthouse duplex at the Piano Factory building on West 46th Street. [NYO]
• Italian mogul Flavio Briatore has found someone to rent his four-bedroom apartment at the Plaza. The eighth-floor spread, which had been up for sale for $38 million, is reportedly being rented out for "a tad less" than its $65,000-per-month asking price. [NYO]
• Amalgamated Bank CEO Derrick Cephas and his wife Donna paid $4.425 million for a five-bedroom apartment at 610 West End Avenue. The 3,550-square-foot spread had been on the market for as much as $5.995 million back in October 2008. [Cityfile]