The Corcoran Group’s Wendy Sarasohn and Jamie Joseph had the priciest single-family residential listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $32.45 million condominium at 151 East 58th Street in Midtown East. The 5,700-square-foot home on the 49th floor of One Beacon Court. The home boasts 11-foot ceilings throughout, and unobstructed views of Central Park, the Manhattan skyline, the George Washington, Triborough, Throgs Neck and Whitestone bridges. Each room is outfitted with floor-to-ceiling windows as well.
Second on the pricey end this week is a $26 million condominium at 28 East 70th Street in Lenox Hill. The eight-bedroom, 7,500-square-foot prewar pad, accessed via key-lock elevator onto a private landing with a marble entrance gallery, includes a media room, library and master suite with dual baths and a dressing room. Stan Ponte and Dominic Longcroft of Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing.
Third most expensive this week is a $21.5 million townhouse at 400 West Street in the West Village. The five-bedroom home features an elevator, rooftop terrace, teak wood hot tub, indoor basketball court and outdoor TV, as well as a kitchen with a wood-burning pizza oven, gas barbecue, wine cooler and beer tap. The private garage is decked out with a blue mural, and the kitchen and dining room are linked to a large landscaped outdoor space via a glass garage door. Douglas Elliman’s Raphael De Niro and Sara Dai have the listing.
The cheapest listing to hit the market this week is a $110,000 restricted-sale studio co-op at 834 Riverside Drive in Washington Heights. The two-room pad features 10-foot ceilings, two oversized windows, a modern kitchen with new hardware and an updated tiled bathroom with a pedestal sink and new fixtures. A bed and air conditioner are included with the sale, and the property is located in an elevator building. Elliman’s Brian Phillips and Daniel Dolgicer have the listing.
Second cheapest this week is a $189,000 restricted-sale one-bedroom co-op at 327 Pleasant Avenue in East Harlem. Located in an HDFC building, the unit includes hardwood floors throughout and an updated kitchen and bath. Alejandro Beitler of Citi Habitats has the listing.
Third on the inexpensive end is a $199,000 studio co-op at 100 Park Terrace in Inwood. The only studio unit on offer in the building, the renovated property is located in an alcove of the building and features new kitchen appliances, cabinets, marble countertops, a new fridge and stove. Citi Habitats’ Elena Ravich and Antonio del Rosario have the listing.
— Julie Strickland