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Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

Upper East Side is home to this week's three most expensive listings

July 20, 2012 12:00PM

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From left: 1125 Park Avenue and 70 Park Terrace East

The priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week is a recently renovated duplex co-op penthouse unit at 1125 Park Avenue between 90th and 91st streets on the Upper East Side, according to Streeteasy.com. Sabrina Saltiel at Prudential Douglas Elliman has the listing, which has a price tag of $29 million. The six-bedroom, seven-bathroom home has 6,000 square feet of interior space, as well as a 1,500-square-foot terrace that wraps around three sides of the unit. According to the listing, the home has a mahogany-paneled library and a fireplace in the master bedroom.

This week’s second most expensive listing is also located on the Upper East Side — at 950 Fifth Avenue at 76th Street, where Cindy Kurtin and Jessica Vertullo Maher of Stribling have a $27.5 million listing. It’s a co-op duplex unit with four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. Square footage was not listed. According to the listing, the master bedroom has Central Park views, as well as its own fireplace; the living room has nearly 11-foot ceilings and the adjoining library has a powder room and dry bar.

The third priciest listing this week is a two-apartment carriage house that can be combined to make a single-family home. Located at 184 East 64th Street between Lexington and Third avenues, the home, which Robb Saar of the Corcoran Group is marketing, is 25 feet wide and five floors. The asking price is $20 million.

Inwood is home to the week’s least expensive listing, which is a 450-square-foot co-op unit located at 70 Park Terrace East. The price tag: $149,000. According to the listing, which Lisa Castro at New Heights Realty has, the unit gets good natural light and also has refinished floors and a fresh coat of paint.

Head downtown to the East Village to the week’s second cheapest listing, which can be found at 510 East 5th Street between avenues A and B. Swati Saha and Daniel Berman at Bellmarc Realty have the listing for the co-op studio with an asking price of $219,000. Square footage was not listed. As previously reported, Alphabet City is now seeing new residential development and higher rents.

The third cheapest listing this week is for a three-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op home located at 92 St. Nicholas Avenue between East Harlem and Morningside Heights. Chad Thomas and Joie Coelho at Mark David have the listing for an asking price of $225,000. Square footage was not listed. According to the listing, there is a windowed office, and even the hallways have windows. — Zachary Kussin

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