Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

January 28, 2011 10:58AM

The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a Beaux Arts townhouse at 19 East 76th Street on the Upper East Side. The $18 million one-time mansion, between Fifth and Madison avenues, was built around 1900 and is zoned for both residential and commercial use. It is owned by Long Island-based real estate developer and property manager Peter Mesologites, also known as Peter Mesos, and currently houses a floral design boutique, L’Olivier, and five apartments. Nancy Weaver of Prudential Douglas Elliman has the listing.

The second priciest unit is a three-bedroom co-op in the San Remo at 145-146 Central Park West on the Upper West Side. Warburg Realty’s
Frederick Peters and Andrea Daniels have the $14 million listing.

The third most expensive home is a six-bedroom condominium at 22 Mercer Street in Soho. The $12.95 million penthouse is listed by Elliman’s Wilbur Gonzalez.

The two cheapest Manhattan units to come online this week are both listed for $249,000. One is a studio in the Emery Towers at 400 East 77th Street on the Upper East Side, and is being marketed by Toni Haber and Justin Siegel of Prudential Douglas Elliman. The second is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 720 West 173rd Street in Washington Heights, listed with Jennifer Pasbjerg of Halstead Property (note: correction appended).

The third least expensive home to come online this week is a studio at 125 West 96th Street on the Upper West Side. The $299,000 co-op is listed by Alan Nickman and Stephen O’Neal of Bellmarc Realty. TRD