Priciest, cheapest homes to hit market

February 13, 2009 01:25PM

The most expensive unit to come on the market this week in Manhattan is a $47.5 million penthouse at 15 Central Park West,
according to The unit was listed at $80 million
last year, and taken off the market in October. Brown Harris Stevens
has the listing. The second most expensive unit listed this week is a
$32.5 million duplex at 515 Park Avenue with four bedrooms and
six and a half baths, being marketed by the Corcoran Group. And
the third priciest unit is a $25 million co-op unit
at 1030 Fifth Avenue. Prudential Douglas Elliman has the listing. The
apartment has eight bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

Meanwhile, the three least expensive units to come on the market
this week are a two-and-a-half-bedroom Inwood unit at 57 Park
Terrace West, listed by Halstead Property for $179,000,  a two-bedroom co-op at 333 East 53rd Street at $259,000, listed by Halstead, and a studio on the Upper East Side at 205 East 89th Street for $279,000. TRD