Real Estate

Real Estate Notes: Comcast CEO Buys in Philadelphia, F. Scott Fitzgerald's Former House for Sale

What's hot around the block: THR breaks down the day's biggest real estate deals.
The French villa once belonging to F. Scott Fitzgerald
The French villa once belonging to F. Scott Fitzgerald
Courtesy Sotheby's International Reality

Comcast CEO Brian L. Roberts has purchased a new unit at the 10 Rittenhouse Square high-rise in Philadelphia. Though the price of the 6,900-square-foot space is unknown, similar units in the building have listed for $7 million up to $14 million. [Wall Street Journal]

Real Housewife of New York City Kelly Bensimon’s house is now under contract after dropping the listing price to $5.5 million from $12 million in January. The five-bedroom, 5,8000-square-foot house is situated on 1.2 acres. [Curbed Hamptons]

A house belonging to writer F. Scott Fitzgerald in Cap d'Antibes has hit the market with a price upon request. The 19th century, 8,611-square-foot French villa overlooks the Mediterranean Sea. [Curbed National]

Music industry mogul Steven Gottlieb has listed his New York City penthouse for $35 million. The Upper West Side property formerly belonged to Broadway composer and lyricist Jerry Herman, Calvin Klein and record executive David Geffen. [The Real Estalker]