Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

December 03, 2010 11:09AM

The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom penthouse at 206 West 17th Street in Chelsea, listed for $16 million. The 5,664-square-foot condo has an office, a home gym, a fireplace and a private rooftop terrace featuring views of the Hudson River. Deborah Grubman, Carol Cohen and David Dubin of the Corcoran Group have the listing.

The second priciest home to come online is a five-bedroom co-op at 41 Central Park West in the Lincoln Square area. The property features high ceilings and a library and is listed by Norah Burden of Brown Harris Stevens for $15.25 million.

The third priciest unit is a five-story townhouse at 25 East 94th Street in Carnegie Hill. The $5.85 million property is listed by Leslie J. Garfield’s Matthew Pravda.

The cheapest Manhattan unit to come online this week is a studio at 660 Riverside Drive in Hamilton Heights. Pulat Batirbaev of Barak Realty is marketing the $211,000 condo.

The second least expensive listing is a one-bedroom co-op at 340 Haven Avenue in Washington Heights. Gus Perry of Stein-Perry has the $219,000 listing.

The third least expensive listing is a one-bedroom co-op at 11 Saint Nicholas Avenue in Cental Harlem. The $250,000 unit is being marketed by Nijila Brown of Fidelity Trust Realty. TRD