Nic Cage Finds a Buyer, Rockets Owner Is a Flipper

• A month after he received two offers on his Olympic Tower pad, Nic Cage has gone into contract to sell the 3,550-square-feet apartment. The 48th-floor condo, which Cage bought in 2004-5 for $5.5 million, had been most recently listed for $9.75 million. [WSJ, BHS]
• Well, that was fast. Houston Rockets owner Leslie Alexander has put his penthouse at the Superior Ink building back on the market less than one week after buying it for $25 million. The 6,321-square-foot apartment is now listed with broker Dolly Lenz for a whopping $39.5 million. [Curbed, PDE]
• Artist Bruce Robbins has dropped the price of his three-bedroom loft at 43 Clarkson Street for the second time since first listing it for $4.895 million back in 2008. The 2,800-square-foot apartment, which is located in the same building where fellow artist Julian Schnabel once lived, is listed with Elliman's Darren Sukenik for $3.249 million. [Cityfile, PDE]

• Turkish tycoon Turgay Ciner has picked up a second apartment at the Plaza. He paid $10.725 million for a 2,791-square-foot pad, which is two floors below the 17th-floor apartment he bought in Jan. '08 for $9.16 million. [Real Deal]
• Paul O'Reilly-Hyland and Joelle Wyser-Pratte, who are both managing partners at Ounavarra Capital, have put their 4,700-square-foot Sutton Place townhouse on the market. The renovated manse at 3 Riverview Terrace is currently listed for $19 million. [Curbed, Sotheby's]
• A month after it went on the market for $2.75 million, the skinniest house in the West Village, 75 1/2 Bedford Street, has already been discounted. The 900-square-foot home is now listed for $2.499 million. [Curbed, Corcoran]