Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

October 29, 2010 11:30AM

From left: 15 Central Park West and 409 Edgecombe Avenue

The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom condo at 15 Central Park West in Lincoln Square, listed for $25 million. The 3,100-square-foot unit, #27A, in the Robert A.M. Stern-designed building, features a cook’s kitchen and views of Central Park from the master bedroom. Brown Harris Stevens’ Richard Wallgren is marketing the apartment.

The second priciest home to come online is a five-story townhouse at 16 East 95th Street in Carnegie Hill. The property, which has an elevator and is undergoing a complete renovation, is listed by Jed Garfield and Matthew Pravda of Leslie J. Garfield & Co. for $22 million.

The third priciest unit is a triplex penthouse at 941 Park Avenue on the Upper East Side. The $18.5 million co-op is listed by Leighton Candler of the Corcoran Group.

The cheapest Manhattan unit to come online this week is a one-bedroom co-op at 409 Edgecombe Avenue, a historic pre-war building in Hamilton Heights. Monique Nelson of M. Nelson Realty has the $200,000 listing.

The second least expensive listing is a studio at 321 East 71st Street in Lenox Hill. Rita Friedman of Bellmarc has the $249,000 co-op listing.

The third least expensive home to become available this week is a one-bedroom co-op at 311 East 84th Street in Yorkville. The $270,800 unit is listed by Rheda Brandt and Laura Brandt of Sotheby’s International Realty. TRD