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• Another one of the 15 homes around the world that Nic Cage picked up in recent years has been turned over to a new owner. Cage has closed on the sale of his 48th-floor condo at the Olympic Tower, albeit for quite a bit less than he'd been hoping to get. The 3,550-square-foot apartment, which had been listed for $9.75 million when it went into contract last month, reportedly ended up selling for $7.5 million. [NYP]
• Fortress Investment Group co-founder—and former billionaire—Randal Nardone has dropped the price of his condo at 240 Riverside Boulevard for the second time since he put it on the market for $11.75 million in February. Nardone, who plunked down $22 million for a pad at 101 Warren Street last year, is now asking for $9.2 million for the place. [Cityfile, Corcoran]

• New Jersey real estate executive Mark Fisch is reportedly in contract to pay $11.5 million for a four-bedroom apartment at The Dakota. The co-op first went on the market in June 2008 for $24 million. [NYP]
• The Rothschild Mansion has undergone a price cut for the third time this year. The 11,256-square-foot property at 41 East 70th Street, which has gone up and down in price from a low of $25 million (2005) to a high of $35 million (2007), is now listed with Paula Del Nunzio for $25.5 million. [NYO, BHS]
• An apartment at 76 Crosby Street that was listed for $4.35 million has gone into contract after a bidding war. After the deal closes, the buyer will get to be next-door neighbors with Gawker boss Nick Denton. Bonus! [NYP, Sotheby's]