The Real Deal New York

Steepest, cheapest listings in Manhattan this week

On the high end: $82 million for a penthouse. On the low end: $199,900 for a studio.

December 12, 2014 05:20PM

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Sotheby’s International Realty’s Serena Boardman had the week’s priciest listing with an $82 million penthouse at One Beacon Court. The more than 9,000-square-foot duplex on the top floors of the iconic building at 151 East 58th Street has four bedrooms and six bathrooms. Billionaire hedge fund mogul Steven Cohen is selling the pad and recently switched brokerages after giving the unit a $28 million price cut.

Brown Harris Stevens’ Robert Browne and Maria Pashby had the week’s second steepest listing with a $35 million condo on Columbus Circle. the nearly 3,900-square-foot unit at 25 Columbus Circle boasts three bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms. The 71st floor residence looks over Central Park and has 25-foot ceiling windows.

The week’s third most expensive listing was a three-bedroom apartment at the Plaza Hotel for $15 million. The unit at 1 Central Park South is roughly 2,250 square feet. Sotheby’s International Realty’s Louise Beit had the listing. The bedrooms overlook Central Park and the unit is ideal for hosting fancy parties.

New Heights Realty’s Rebecca Pelletier and John Shortall had the week’s cheapest listing with a $199,900 studio in Inwood. The 500-square-foot apartment at 579 West 215th Street is located in an elevator building and includes an updated kitchen.

The week’s second cheapest listing comes in at $275,000 this week for an upper East Side co-op. Urban Compass’ Natalie Hedden, Greg McHale and Jesse Shafer have the listing for the fourth floor studio at 419 East 78th Street.

Prime NYC’s Darrell Williams had the week’s third cheapest listing with a $280,000 one-bedroom apartment in Central Harlem. The unit at 258 West 117th Street has exposed brick walls, a dishwasher and can be used as a pied-à-terre. The unit is located in five-story pre-war building. — Claire Moses

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