Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

March 11, 2011 11:04AM

The priciest listing to come on the market this week is an Upper East Side brownstone at 33 East 74th Street, according to Streeteasy.com. As The Real Deal first reported, the $38 million home is currently being used as office space for the Whitney Museum. The 110-year-old home, which is listed by Brown Harris Stevens’ Paula Del Nunzio, includes a patio, garden and elevator.

The second most expensive listing to come online is a $28 million co-op at 770 Park Avenue. The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom apartment is being marketed by Sotheby’s International Realty’s Anne Corey.

A $24 million townhouse at 7 East 80th Street is the third most expensive home to hit the market this week. Leighton Candler of the Corcoran Group has the six-bedroom, seven-bathroom listing.

A two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 512 West 156th Street is the cheapest listing to come online this week. Robin Hall of Prudential Douglas Elliman is marketing the $125,000 home.

A $230,000 co-op is the second least expensive unit to hit the market this week. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom home at 334 East 83rd Street is being marketed by Citi Habitats’ Karen Stone.

A studio at 345 East 77th Street is the third cheapest home to become available this week. Halstead Property’s Lisa Holland-Davis has the $235,000 listing. TRD