The Real Deal New York

Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

Two expensive listings at the Aldyn — both featuring private pools

October 05, 2012 12:00PM

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From left: 60 Riverside Boulevard and 1867 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard

The priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week is for a condominium duplex unit located inside the Aldyn at 60 Riverside Boulevard, according to Streeteasy.com. The Aldyn Sales & Design Center — a team at Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group — has the listing with no specific agent or broker listed. The asking price for the seven-bedroom, 9.5-bathroom, 5,847-square-foot home comes in at $16.9 million. Special amenities include a private pool and spa tub on the outdoor terrace.

Dolly Lenz at Prudential Douglas Elliman has the week’s next most expensive listing, which is for a penthouse condo located at 1049 Fifth Avenue at 86th Street with an asking price of $15.9 million. The home measures 3,360 square feet and has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. The unit has Central Park views, according to the listing, as well as a living room with a fireplace.

Head back to 60 Riverside Boulevard where there’s a tie for the second most expensive listing this week. The Aldyn Sales & Design Center again has this listing for the duplex six-bedroom, 8.5 bathroom, 5,641-square-foot home, which also has a private pool and spa tub, according to the listing.

A little further uptown, the Laureate, located at 2150 Broadway, is the week’s next third most expensive listing. Lisa Schuller at Halstead Property has the listing for this corner penthouse condo with an asking price of $14.9 million. The home has three bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms, as well as 3,510 square feet of interior space and 816 square feet of exterior space. The home, whose great room has city views, can accommodate five bedrooms, the listing says.

Nyron Chin-Sang at Gold Key Realty has the week’s least expensive listing, which is for a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 1867 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard in Central Harlem. The asking price for the home is $175,000.

Also in Central Harlem is the next cheapest listing, which DeAnna Rieber at Halstead has with an asking price of $185,000. The co-op unit is located at 208 West 119th Street and has one bedroom and one bathroom. Income restrictions apply.

Farther uptown, at 345 West 145th Street, is where the third least expensive listing is located. Geraldine O’Bannon at Elliman has the listing for the one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op with an asking price of $260,000. The listing says the home has mahogany flooring throughout, as well as a marbled bathroom.

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