Comcast CEO buys at 15 CPW

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Brian Roberts, the Philadelphia-based Comcast CEO who struck a deal in December to take over NBC Universal from the General Electric Company, is in contract on a New York City pied-a-terre at 15 Central Park West, broker sources told the Wall Street Journal. Roberts had been eyeing two-bedroom units in the building with Central Park views that ranged in price from $7 million to $12.9 million, but it was unclear which one he ultimately settled upon. Roberts will join the ranks of a number of other high-profile CEOs at the ultra-luxe condo, including Goldman Sachs’ Lloyd Blankfein and Sanford Weill, formerly of Citigroup. Actor Denzel Washington and musician Sting also own condos in the building. [WSJ]

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