The Real Deal New York

Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

May 11, 2012 01:30PM

From left: 860 Fifth Avenue, #18B and 100 West 141st Street, #28

The most expensive new Manhattan listing to hit the market this week is a 3,100-square-foot co-op at 860 Fifth Avenue in Lenox Hill, according to Streeteasy.com, that’s asking $16.5 million. The unit has three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and 650 square feet of outdoor space across four terraces. It’s listed by Sol Howard of Brown Harris Stevens.

The next priciest home is a 2,656-square-foot-condominium at the Plaza, at 1 Central Park South in Midtown, with three bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms. It’s listed for $14.75 million by John Burger of BHS.

A BHS broker also has this week’s third costliest new Manhattan listing, a 2,868-square-foot penthouse at 220 Riverside Boulevard in Lincoln Square. Shlomi Reuveni is asking $12.5 million for the four-bedroom, four and a half-bathroom home.

The least expensive Manhattan listing to come online this week, is a 735-square-foot, two-bedroom unit — with a convertible den or office — in the co-op building at 100 West 141st Street in Central Harlem. The income-restricted unit is listed for $165,000 by Karen Shenker of the Corcoran Group.

The next two cheapest new Manhattan listings are in the very same Central Harlem elevator co-op building, at 100 West 141st Street, each asking $195,000. Both are three-bedroom units with a convertible den or office, with one totalling 935 square feet and the other measuring 960 square feet. Shenker also lists these units. All three of the apartments are restricted to buyers who earn less than 120 percent of the city’s median income. — Adam Fusfeld

  • giampiero

    Wasn’t Domus Realty listing at The Plaza for $55Million the most expensive one?

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