Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

TRD New York /
May.May 29, 2009 01:41 PM

The most expensive home to hit the market this week is a five-bedroom, five-bath condo at 3 East 95th Street, according to The home is listed with Brown Harris Stevens for $34.9 million.

The second priciest home listed this week is a nine-bedroom,
nine-bath townhouse at 171 East 62nd Street listed with Sotheby’s
International Realty for $19.5 million.

The third priciest home listed
this week is a six-bedroom, five-bath co-op unit at 755 Park Avenue,
listed with Brown Harris Stevens for $18 million.

The least expensive home listed this week, according to, is a one-bedroom, one-bath co-op at 2440 Amsterdam
on the market with the Corcoran Group for $179,000.

The second cheapest
home to hit the market is a two-bedroom, one-bath co-op at 1931 Madison

The home is on the market for $225,000 and listed with the
Henry Brokerage. And the third cheapest home is a one-bedroom, one-bath
condo in Inwood at 571-579 Academy Street, listed with Charles
Rutenberg Realty in New York for $245,000. TRD

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