A Deal at 850 Park, A Price Cut on North Moore

• Richard Bressler, a managing director at the private equity shop Thomas H. Lee Partners and the former CFO of Viacom, has gone into contract to sell his duplex at 850 Park. The five-bedroom apartment, which Bressler purchased for $9.75 million in 2005, had been on the market since March and had been priced most recently at $13.5 million. [Cityfile, Corcoran]
• Mortgage company founder Steven Schnall and his wife Sherri have dropped the price of their massive townhouse at 2 North Moore Street less than three months after putting it back on the market for $33 million. The 11,000-square-foot mansion is now listed with Deborah Grubman for the bargain price of $29 million. Get it while it's hot! [Cityfile, Corcoran]

• An unidentified Texas banker is reportedly in contract to pay $15 million for a 19th-century townhouse at 34 West 10th Street. The 8,000-square-foot home had been listed for $17.9 million. [NYP, Corcoran]
• John McCloy, the Connecticut banker who once described he and his wife as the "best friends" of Walter and Monica Noel, has put his home in Greenwich on the market. The three-acre estate at 313 Stanwich Road is listed for $6.495 million. [Christopher Fountain]
• Billionaire hedge funder Steve Cohen and his wife Alexandra paid $2.7 million for a loft at 99 Warren Street for Steve's 20-something stepson. [NYO]