Priciest, cheapest homes to hit the market

July 02, 2010 03:00PM

From left: 80 Columbus Circle and 5 Tudor City Place

The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is the Time Warner Center penthouse at 80 Columbus Circle in Lincoln Square, according to The four-bedroom,
five-and-a-half-bathroom unit is the highest level penthouse available
purchase in New York City and is on the
market for $35.5 million, as The Real Deal reported. The 4,825-square-foot space features
floor-to-ceiling windows with views across the city, from Central Park
to the Empire State Building. Other amenities include a wet bar,
marble flooring and library, plus a pool in the building. Paula Del
Nunzio and Shirley Mueller of Brown Harris Stevens have the listing.
Last week, basketball star Lebron James
was reportedly looking at a
three-bedroom condo in the building.

The second most expensive listing is a 5,523-square foot condo at 3
East 80th Street

on the Upper East Side. The three-bedroom, five-bathroom limestone
mansion is listed for $22.750 million. Kathy Sloane of Brown Harris
Stevens is handling the sale.

The third priciest home is a six-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom
condo at 515 Park Avenue in Lenox Hill. The $13.994-million 4,700-square-foot unit is listed by
Susan Kaplan and Pamela Kurtz of Prudential Douglas Elliman.

The cheapest Manhattan unit to come online this week is a one-bedroom,
one bathroom co-op at 5 Tudor City Place
in Murray Hill. The $259,000, 300-square-foot unit is being marketed
by Howard Lazarus and Ronald Webster of Tudor Realty Services.

A one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 1264 Amsterdam Avenue
in Morningside Heights is the second least expensive home to hit the
market. Athena Witt and Jeanna Petrozza of Prudential Douglas Elliman
have the $269,000 listing.

The third least expensive home to become available this week is a
studio apartment at 433 East 34th Street.
The $288,000 unit is listed by Thomas Hemann and Cherie Butler of Brown Harris Stevens. TRD