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• Blackstone Group co-founder Steve Schwarzman and his wife Christine have put their East Hampton home on the market. The 2.1-acre property, which the couple purchased for $2.3 million in 1996, is listed for $7.2 million. The couple will hardly be homeless if and when they sell it. The Schwarzmans are finishing up construction work on the much larger estate in Water Mill they agreed to buy in 2005 for $34 million. [WSJ, BHS]
• Developer Bruce Ratner has sold his 4,500-square-foot home in Montauk to art dealer David Zwirner for $10 million. He's reportedly looking for a "less pricey" estate in Quogue. [NYP]
• Actress Molly Shannon has sold her apartment at 66 Ninth Avenue for $2.61 million. The three-bedroom pad, which Shannon bought for $1.6 million in 2003, had been listed most recently for $2.85 million. [Real Deal]

• Architect Enrique Norten has put his condo at One York Street—the Tribeca building he designed—on the market for $1.995 million, one year after buying it for $1.929 million. It isn't the first time he's tried to sell the place, though. Norten first put the two-bedroom pad on the marker in April, but pulled it off the market just one month later. [Curbed, Sotheby's]
• Palmer Vineyards, the Long Island winery once owned by the late ad executive Bob Palmer, has gone on the market. Comprised of three separate properties, the estate is currently listed for a combined $10.8 million with Brown Harris Stevens broker Suzanne Hahn. [WSJ]