CNET Co-Founder Cuts Prices, Steve Wynn Looks to Sell

• Kevin Wendle, the serial entrepreneur who co-founded CNET and iFILM, among other companies, has lowered the price of his apartment at 812 Fifth Avenue for the second time since listing it for $14.85 million in January. The 17th-floor apartment, which Wendle purchased for $6.4 million in 2006, is now listed for $9.95 million with Corcoran's Deborah Grubman and Carol Cohen. [Cityfile, Curbed, Corcoran]
• Steve Wynn is about to put his apartment at 817 Fifth Avenue back on the market for $25 million, six years after he failed to sell it for $15 million. The 3,900-square-foot spread, which suffered water damage a few years back, now comes with onyx floors and a leather-lined private elevator vestibule. [NYO]
• Two weeks after it was reported that he was "quietly" shopping his Beresford apartment, Bob Weinstein's 6,500-square-foot duplex has officially hit the market. The six-bedroom apartment with grand stairway, paneled library, two terraces, and three fireplaces is listed with Brown Harris Stevens broker Ileen Schoenfeld for $29.75 million. [NYO, BHS, previously]

• Italian businessman Luigi Zunino is reportedly having trouble closing on the three-unit apartment at the Plaza he put a $9 million deposit on last year. The massive 10,026-square-foot apartment, which Zunino missed a deadline to close on in April, had been listed for "around $45 million." [NYO]
• Retired attorney Robert Rust has lowered the price of his waterfront estate in North Haven known as Tyndal Point. The 55-acre property, which Rust's late aunt bought for $200,000 more than 50 years ago, first went on the market for $80 million in 2007. It's now priced at $49.9 million. [Newsday, Strough]