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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
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]

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