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 Streeteasy.com. The four-bedroom,
five-and-a-half-bathroom unit is the highest level penthouse available
for
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