Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

November 20, 2009 02:02PM

The priciest home to come on the Manhattan market this week is a nearly-century-old house at 122 East 78th Street, according to The six-story home is configured for single sale or for transformation into a multi-unit building. On the market for $18.9 million, the building — known as the Goodridge Mansion — includes an English basement, laundry room and porter’s room. Joanna Cutler of Joanna Cutler Real Estate and Carrie Chiang of the Corcoran Group have the co-exclusive.

The second most expensive listing to hit the market is a triplex penthouse condo unit at 54 Bond Street. The 4,862-square-foot home is available for $15.45, with Adam Gordon of 54 Bond LLC overseeing the listing.

A 2,317-square-foot condo at 25 Columbus Circle is the third priciest unit to hit the market. The three-bedroom, two-and-a-half-bathroom home is listed for $14.9 million, with Carrie Chiang, Janet Wang and Loy Carlos of the Corcoran Group handling the spot.

The least expensive Manhattan home to hit the market is a $215,000 co-op unit at 45 Overlook Terrace. Simone Song of the eponymous firm is managing the 500-square-foot listing.

A co-op studio at 321 East 43rd Street is the second least expensive home to hit the market, with a listing price of $225,000. Dan Neiditch of River2River Realty has the listing.

There is a tie for the third least expensive unit, with both units clocking in with an asking price of $250,000. The Corcoran Group’s Adrian Thompkins and Shebrelle Hunter-Green have one, a 750-square-foot, two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 1878 Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Myrna James of Bond New York has the other one, a 650-square-foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op in Washington Heights at 501 West 156th Street.