Nikki Field and Patricia Wheatley at Sotheby’s International Realty have Manhattan’s most expensive listing this week, according to Streeteasy.com. Located at 14 East 82nd Street between Fifth and Madison avenues on the Upper East Side, the home is a landmarked limestone mansion with an asking price of $25 million. The home has 16 rooms, 13-plus-foot ceilings, an elevator, a garden and two terraces, according to the listing.
The week’s next priciest listing is a two-floor condominium unit at 11 East 70th Street that has an asking price of $24.85 million. The property occupies the lower two floors of two limestone mansions and is adjacent to the Frick Museum, according to the listing, which Nicholas Judson of Judson Realty, LLC has. There are five bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms, 7,000 square feet of living space.
A condominium penthouse at the Walker Tower, located at 212 West 18th Street in Chelsea is the week’s third most expensive unit. CORE’s Walker Tower sales office has the listing with an asking price of $20.99 million. The home measures 3,478 square feet and has four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The home also has radiant floor heating, two terraces that total 168 square feet of exterior space, a fireplace in the master bedroom suite and French herringbone oak flooring.
Head uptown to West Harlem, to 501 West 138th Street for the week’s least expensive listing. Lorna Leibowitz and Roberta Campos at Prudential Douglas Elliman have the listing for the two-bedroom, 1.5-bathroom co-op, which has space for an extra bedroom and another half bathroom and an asking price of $210,000. Income restrictions apply.
Further uptown in Fort George is where the next least expensive listing is located, at 180 Cabrini Boulevard. Jennifer Pasbjerg at Halstead Property has the listing for the studio co-op with an asking price of $239,000. The home comes newly renovated, according to the listing.
The third cheapest listing is also located in Fort George, at 263 Bennett Avenue. With an asking price of $249,000, the one-bedroom, one-bathroom, 550-square-foot co-op home comes renovated. Fumiyo Hayashi at the Corcoran Group has the listing. — Zachary Kussin