Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

TRD New York /
Jun.June 19, 2009 01:48 PM
River House (left) and 259 Bennett Avenue

The most expensive home listed in Manhattan this week is a
four-bedroom, three-bath co-op at the River House, 435 East 52nd
, according to Sotheby’s International Realty is
marketing the home for $24.5 million.

The second most expensive home to
hit the market this week is a four-bedroom, four-bath $15 million condo
in Trump Tower, 721 Fifth Avenue, listed by Brown Harris Stevens.

the third priciest home this week is a seven-bedroom, six-bath co-op at
101 Central Park West, listed by Warburg Realty for $14.4 million.

The least expensive home listed this week, according to,
is a one-bedroom, one-bath co-op at 259 Bennett Avenue. Prudential Douglas Elliman is listing the
$235,000 home.

The second cheapest home is a studio co-op at 237 East
54th Street
, listed with Elliman for $249,000.

And the third cheapest
home is a studio co-op at 457 West 57th Street, listed for $259,000
with the Corcoran Group. TRD

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