Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

February 04, 2011 10:33AM

The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a five-story, 8,400-square-foot townhouse, a combined unit at 123 East 10th Street and 125 East 10th Street, the largest and priciest single-family home currently on
the market in the East Village. The 10-bedroom, seven-bathroom property — located in the St. Mark’s historic district — features 18 fireplaces, a terraced garden and a balcony. Jason Haber of Rubicon Property has the $14.3 million listing.

The second priciest home to come online is a six-story brownstone at 48 West 69th Street in Lincoln Square. The $13.5 million townhouse is listed by Brown Harris Steven’s Maria Torresy and Janet Chung.

The third priciest listing is a six-bedroom, seven-bathroom penthouse at 22 Mercer Street in Soho. Michael Pangalos of the Corcoran Group is marketing the $12.95 million condominium.

The cheapest Manhattan unit to come online this week is a one-bedroom co-op at Lafayette Gardens at 330-340 Haven Avenue in Washington Heights. Gus Perry of Stein-Perry Real Estate has the $199,000 listing.

The second least expensive listing is a studio at 320 East 42nd Street in Murray Hill. The $239,000 co-op is being marketed by Jesse Shafer and Gary Martin of Corcoran.

The third least expensive listing is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 3692 Broadway in Hamilton Heights. Lee-Ann Pinder of Citi Habitats has the $250,000 listing. TRD