Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

September 11, 2009 11:28AM

The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a seven-bedroom, seven-bathroom penthouse at 15 West 63rd Street between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West, according to Streeteasy.com. Architect Beyer, Blinder & Belle designed the exterior and Costas Kondylis designed the interior of the building, where Austrailian banker Timothy Bishop reportedly owns a $10 million condo. The 7,758-square-foot condo unit, which has an asking price of $28 million, was previously combined from three apartments. The unit, being marketed by Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Claudine De Niro and Raphael De Niro, has park and city views as well as a landscaped terrace.

The second priciest unit is a 6,800-square-foot Greenwich Village townhouse at 20 East 10th Street, which has an asking price of $19.9 million. The Corcoran Group’s Eileen Robert is representing the home.

The third most expensive unit is a five-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom condo on the Upper East Side at 170 East End Avenue on the corner of 87th Street with a listing price of $17.5 million. The Corcoran Group’s Barbara Russo has the listing.

The cheapest Manhattan unit to come online this week is a one-bathroom studio co-op at 153 Bennett Avenue in Fort George. The $239,000, 500-square-foot unit was listed yesterday, according to Streeteasy.com, with Simone Song marketing the home.

The second least expensive unit to hit the market this week is a one-bathroom studio co-op on the Upper East Side at 235 East 87th Street. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Joe Peraino and Lee Rachel Klein are representing the unit, which is listed for $259,000.

The third cheapest home is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 37 Nagle Avenue in Fort George. The unit, on the market for $265,000, is listed by Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Daniel Ovalles. TRD