Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

September 04, 2009 12:22PM

From left: 168 East 73rd Street, priciest, 42-46 West 138th Street, cheapest

The priciest Manhattan listing to hit the market this week is a six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom carriage house at 168 East 73rd Street, between Lexington and Third avenues, according to The 6,800-square-foot home, which has an asking price of $18 million, recently underwent a renovation and is being represented by Sloane Square. That same firm had previously listed the space for $22 million in May 2008. The listing was subsequently removed and re-listed at a $4 million cut two days ago.

The second priciest unit is a Lenox Hill eight-bedroom, seven-bathroom condo at 200 East 65th Street, unit #43SN, for $13.5 million. Brown Harris Stevens’ Penny Toepfer-Guttman is representing the home.

The third most expensive unit is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo at 360 West 11th Street in the West Village, with a listing price of $12.95 million. Peter McCuen & Associates has the listing.

The cheapest Manhattan unit to come online this week is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 42-46 West 138th Street in Harlem. The $164,000, 492-square-foot unit was listed yesterday, according to, with Kenneth Brown marketing the home.

The second least expensive unit to hit the market this week is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 1919 Madison Avenue in Harlem. Fenwick Keats Goodstein is representing the unit, which is listed for $200,000.

The third least expensive home is a one-bathroom studio co-op at 95 Park Terrace East in Inwood. The unit, listed at $209,000, is represented by New Heights Realty. TRD