The Real Deal New York

Steepest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan this week

On the high end: A pink onyx master bath. On the low: A dishwasher.

September 26, 2014 04:10PM

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John Burger and Siim Hanja of Brown Harris Stevens had the priciest single-family residential listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $36 million co-op at 211 Central Park West, a.k.a. the Beresford. The seven-bedroom home on the building’s 15th floor boasts views of Central Park, a living room with a fireplace and aformal dining room and library, as well as a family room and open-corner kitchen in the property’s western wing. The master suite holds two walk-in closets, and is lined with a terrace from which there is a a full view of the park, according to the listing.

Second on the pricey end this week is a $25.5 million condominium in the Trump Tower at 721 Fifth Avenue in Midtown. The four-bedroom, 63rd-floor unit has an Italian red marble entry foyer, black granite and marble gallery and views of Central Park, the Hudson River, the Empire State Building and Downtown Manhattan. The unit also boasts a windowed chef’s eat-in kitchen and a master suite with a pink onyx bath. Brown Harris Stevens’ Daniela Rivoir has the listing.

Third most expensive this week is an $18 million co-op at 4 Sutton Place. The duplex unit in the white-glove building takes up the entire 10th and 11th floors and boasts high ceilings throughout. The foyer holds a double-height staircase, while the living room is lined with three Juliet balconies and features a wood-burning fireplace with an antique French mantel. An oak wood-paneled library is located off the foyer, and the 11th-floor private chambers include a master bath with double-exposure showers and his-and-her baths. Town Residential’s Jarrod Guy Randolph has the listing.

The cheapest listing to hit the market this week is a $250,000 two-room studio co-op at 345 East 61st Street in Lenox Hill. Located in a  prewar elevator building, the home boasts high ceilings and hardwood floors, as well as a windowed kitchen with a dishwasher. Halstead Property’s Ellen Hoffman has the listing.

Second on the inexpensive end is a $275,000 studio co-op at 143-53 Bennett Avenue in Hudson Heights. The home is divided into three areas for dining, living and sleeping, with a separate dining area large enough for a home office and table for six. The gut-renovated kitchen is lined with maple Shaker-style cabinetry and granite counters with a tile backsplash, and the home also holds four closets and a dressing room. The Corcoran Group’s Kelly Cole and Paul Cole have the listing.

Last but not least on the cheap end this week is a $299,000 studio co-op at 5 Tudor City Place in Murray Hill. The pad boasts a new kitchenette with granite built-ins, and building amenities include a fitness center, bike room, laundry, recreation room and a convenience store in the lobby. Steven Corcoran Real Estate’s Steven Corcoran has the listing. — Julie Strickland 

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