NEW YORK CITY-Comcast signed a deal Thursday to acquire most of the floors at the famed 30 Rockefeller Center.

General Electric will get $1.3 billion to sell the tower’s condos that are a combination of studio floors and tower units, according to the New York Post. The value of the deal was noted in real estate filings with the city late on Thursday, the newspaper reports.

Now that Philadelphia-based Comcast is the owner of the property, the ownership transfer leads open the question whether the GE’s logo near the top of the tower will be replaced by perhaps Comcast’s corporate logo? See story in the New York Post.