Schwarzman Cuts Price, Bundchen Re-Lists Penthouse

• That was quick. Steve Schwarzman, the billionaire Blackstone Group co-founder who listed his former digs in East Hampton last month for $7.2 million, has already dropped the price. The home is now listed for $6.75 million. [Curbed, BHS]
Gisele Bundchen isn't just trying to sell her Barrow Street townhouse. The supermodel and mom-to-be has also re-listed her triplex penthouse at 347 West 11th Street, which has been on and off the market for two years now. The 1,700-square-foot apartment, which hit the market for $10.9 million back in 2007, is now listed with PDE's Raphael De Niro for $4.5 million. [NYT, PDE]

• The Permanent Mission of Afghanistan to the United Nations has paid $4.235 million for a 2,840-square-foot apartment at Trump World Tower. (It also paid $5.4 million for a commercial space at 633 Third Avenue.) The Trump pad will reportedly be used by Afghanistan's UN ambassador, H.E. Zahir Tanin. [NYO]
• The Upper East Side apartment where John Steinbeck once lived has gone on the market. The three-bedroom at 190 East 72nd Street is listed for $2.1 million. [NYT, PMR]
• Now that All My Children is moving to LA, soap star Cameron Mathison is puting his brownstone at 136 West 130th Street on the market. The 20-foot-wide house, which features a backyard garden with a large Buddha statue, is currently listed for $2.7 million. [NYT, Halstead]
• Actress Ally Sheedy has put her two-bedroom apartment at the Boulevard on the Upper West Side on the market for $1.295 million. [NYM, Corcoran]
• The former New Jersey home of Michael Strahan and his ex-wife Jean has gone down in price. It's now listed for $4.75 million. [NYT]
• Tennis star Kim Clijsters are her husband, retired baseball player Brian Lynch, have paid $772,000 for a 2,717-square-foot home in Wall Township, New Jersey. [Real Estalker]