The priciest home to hit the Manhattan market this week is a 15-room duplex co-op unit located at the Rosario Candela-built 770 Park Avenue at 73rd Street, according to Streeteasy.com. John Burger at Brown Harris Stevens has the listing for the six-bed, six-bath home with an asking price of $19.5 million. Features include original herringbone floors, a living room with Park Avenue views and two wood-burning fireplaces.
Kirk Henckels and Jennifer Callahan at Stribling have the week’s next priciest listing for an eight-room duplex co-op at 88 Central Park West at 69th Street. As reported this week, the unit is sandwiched in between Robert De Niro’s apartment and that of the late Academy Award-winner Celeste Holm. The unit has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and Central Park views. The asking price for the home ticks in at $14.5 million.
Across town on the Upper East Side is where the next most expensive listing is located — at 1049 Fifth Avenue at 86th Street. Carol Staab at Prudential Douglas Elliman has the listing for the 3,335-square-foot condominium unit, which has four bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and an asking price of $13.5 million. The apartment has a mahogany-paneled library with marble flooring and Central Park and reservoir views.
Don Moses at Exit Realty Landmark has the week’s least expensive listing at 450 West 152nd Street in Hamilton Heights. The asking price for the co-op unit is $149,500. The unit measures 1,000 square feet, has three bedrooms and one bathroom.
Down in Midtown at 453 West 54th Street is where you’ll find the next cheapest listing. John O’Kelly at John O’Kelly Real Estate has the listing for the 350-square-foot co-op home with a $160,000 ask. The home has one bedroom, one bathroom and hardwood floors throughout.
Farther downtown at 101 West 23rd Street in Chelsea is where the week’s next least expensive home is located. Listed by Caroline Bass at Citi Habitats with an asking price of $210,000, the 550-square-foot studio has a kitchen with stainless steel appliances and granite counter tops. — Zachary Kussin