Biggest price cut of the day

Feb.February 02, 2009 02:26 PM
Robert Browne (top) and John Burger (bottom) are listing a unit at 151 East 58th Street.

The unit with the biggest recent price cut in Manhattan is a three-bedroom, three-bath apartment
at 151 East 58th Street, according
to The price of The One Beacon Court unit was cut
by 10 percent on Friday. The 3,058-square-foot unit is down to $14.4 million,
$1.6 million less than its original $16 million listing in November.
Both Brown Harris Stevens’ John Burger and the Corcoran Group’s Robert
Browne are listing the apartment in the mixed-use
building, designed by Cesar Pelli & Associates in 2005
. The
building, between Lexington and Third avenues, has 105 residential units, with eight listed for sale and six
available for rent, according to

the most expensive unit to come on the market is a $13.5 million unit
at 25 Central Park West at 62nd Street. The 2,767-square-foot unit has
three bedrooms, four bathrooms and an 875-square-foot terrace.
Stribling & Associate’s Cathy Taub, and Corcoran’s Robert Browne
and Chris Kahn have the listing. TRD

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