Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

TRD New York /
Nov.November 25, 2009 04:28 PM
From left: 54 Bond Street and 505 West 143rd Street (Right photo source: PropertyShark)
 

The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is an eight-bedroom, nine-bathroom condominium unit at 54 Bond Street, according to Streeteasy.com. The home is on the market for $25.28 million and can be converted from a mansion property to a multi-unit space. The 11,318-square-foot space is being marketed by Adam Gordon of 54 Bond LLC. It features a wine tasting room, fireplace, and rooftop with two entertaining terraces.

The second priciest unit is a six-bedroom, four-bathroom Upper East Side townhouse at 161 East 74th Street, which has an asking price of $17 million. Alex Salem, Joe Peraino, Jon Fisher, and Kenneth Widerka of Prudential Douglas Elliman are the listing agents.

The third most expensive unit is a six-bedroom, six-and-half-bathroom co-op in Sutton Place, at 425 East 58th Street, with a listing price of $5.75 million. Brown Harris Stevens’ Jessica Ushan has the listing.

The cheapest Manhattan unit to come online this week is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 505 West 143rd Street in Hamilton Heights. The space is a $125,000 fixer-upper unit, according to Streeteasy.com. Irene Henry of Lemor Realty has the listing.

The second least expensive unit to hit the market this week is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 1931 Madison Avenue near 124th Street in Harlem. Lemor Realty’s Henry is also representing this 800-square-foot unit, which is listed for $225,000.

The third cheapest home is a 636-square-foot condo in Washington Heights at 2360 Amsterdam Avenue between 177th and 178th streets. The unit, on the market for $289,900, is listed by Iris Perez-Walls of Stein-Perry.  TRD


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