Friday, September 4, 2015

Bradley Cooper and Renee Zellweger vacate

The two crashed at 10 RIttenhouse, the luxury high-rise on the square.

Bradley Cooper and Renee Zellweger vacate


Hours after wrapping his work on The Dark Fields on Friday -- right on schedule -- actor Bradley Cooper moved out of his loaner condo at 10 Rittenhouse (18th and Sansom Streets), as reported by HughE Dillon of

Cooper's people had been approached by every high-end real estate honcho in town before he got here in April with his lady friend, Renee Zellweger. (It's a badge of honor to have a celeb stay in your condo, apparently. The penthouse at the Phoenix across from JFK Plaza was marketed as the love nest of Ben Affleck and Jennifer Lopez after their 2002 visit to shoot the cinematic stinker Jersey Girl.)

Cooper's now-empty pad on the 12th floor of the 33-story tower has two bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths and is about to go on the market.

Officials at 10 Rittenhouse -- whose ground floor on the 18th Street side will house the ritzy Italian restaurant Serafina this fall -- expect several units to sell for more than $15 million each, but Cooper's pad likely is closer to be listed closer to $2 million.
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