Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

January 07, 2011 03:25PM

The priciest unit to hit the market this week is a $28 million apartment at the Setai Fifth Avenue condominium at 400 Fifth Avenue, according to The 6,883-square-foot apartment, which is being marketed by Elida Jacobsen Justo and Caitlin Fazio of Avenue Property Marketing, features black oak flooring and an in-residence washer-dryer.

The second most expensive listing to come online is a $16 million condo at 45 Walker Street in Tribeca. Raphael De Niro of Prudential Douglas Elliman has the 7,149-square-foot listing.

The third priciest home to hit the market is an $8.9 million co-op at 791 Park Avenue. Warburg Realty’s Bonnie Chajet And Ronnie Lane have the four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom listing.

The least expensive home to come online is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 2159 First Avenue in East Harlem. Citi Habitats agent Armando Ramirez is marketing the $99,000 unit.

The second cheapest home to become available is a 500-square-foot studio in Chelsea. The Corcoran Group’s Jane Calvin has this $199,000 listing, located at 101 West 23rd Street.

A 350-square-foot studio at 509 East 88th Street is the third least expensive home to hit the market this week. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Rande Coleman, Nicole Adelia Orphanos and Katherine Taylor have the $200,000 listing. TRD