Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

October 22, 2010 11:00AM

The priciest Manhattan listing to hit the market this week is a $29 million house in Lenox Hill, according to This 13,000-square-foot townhouse at 45 East 65th Street includes an elevator. Steve Chasanoff and Margaret O’Keeffe of Colliers International have the listing.

The second most expensive listing to come online is an eight-bedroom, 11-bathroom townhouse, also in Lenox Hill. The $22.9 million home at 131 East 64th Street is being marketed by Leighton Candler and Christopher Infante of the Corcoran Group.

A 5,000-square-foot townhouse at 280 West 4th Street is the third priciest home to hit the market this week, with an asking price of $13 million. The West Village listing is being marketed by Sara Gelbard and Paul Kolbusz of Corcoran.

The least expensive listing to hit the market is a 350-square-foot studio at 301 East 63rd Street. The $149,000 co-op is being marketed by Darius Solomon of Gallery Real Estate Group.

There was a tie for the second cheapest homes to come online this week. The first is a $200,000 co-op unit at 930 Saint Nicholas Avenue in Washington Heights. This 900-square-foot, two-bedroom apartment is being marketd by Todd Stevens of Prudential Douglas Elliman.

The other second cheapest unit, also listed for $200,000, is a co-op studio at 53 Stanton Street. The apartment is being marketed by Ramon Flowers of Fenwick Keats Goodstein. TRD