Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

TRD New York /
Mar.March 06, 2009 03:36 PM
 25 Bond Street, apartment 4 (left) and 103 East 84th Street, penthouse E

The most expensive unit to come on the market this week, according to, is apartment 4 at 25 Bond Street, listed for $19.5
million. The five-bedroom, six-bath condo is listed by Sotheby’s
International Realty. The second most expensive unit is a five-bedroom,
five-bath co-op unit at 88 Central Park West, on the market for $19
million. Apartment 23S is listed by Halstead Property. And the third
most expensive apartment to hit the market is an $18.99 million condo
at The Plaza, 1 Central Park South. Apartment 1101, listed by the Trump
Organization, has five bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths.

The least expensive apartment to come on the market is a studio
co-op at 103 East 84th Street on the market for $135,000. Penthouse E
is listed by Brown Harris Stevens, which is advertising the penthouse
as a pied-a-terre. The second least expensive apartment on the market
this week is the studio co-op 2N at 333 East 53rd Street, listed by the
Corcoran Group for $219,000. And the third least expensive unit is
apartment 53 at 474 West 158th Street, which has two bedrooms and one
bath. It is listed for $225,000 with Barak Realty. TRD

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