Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

April 22, 2011 11:09AM

The most expensive unit to hit the Manhattan market this week is a five-story townhouse at 16 East 95th Street listed for $26 million, according to The 8,000-square-foot, five-bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom home has an elevator, a finished roof deck and a ground-floor garden. Jed Garfield and Matthew Pravda of Leslie J. Garfield & Co. have the listing.

The next priciest unit to come online this week is a $23.95 million, 2,761-square-foot condo on the 37th floor of 15 Central Park West. Brown Harris Stevens’ Paul Del Nunzio and Richard Wallgren are listing the property.

The third costliest unit to hit the market is the 4,100-square-foot penthouse duplex at 24 East 21st Street in the Flatiron District for $7.85 million. The condo is listed by Kirk Rundhaug and Ryan Fitzpatrick of Core.

A $142,800, 573-square-foot co-op at 301 East 63rd Street is the cheapest Manhattan unit to come online this week. Kenneth Laino of Manhattan Network is listing the property.

The next cheapest unit is a two-bedroom East Harlem co-op at 205 East 124th Street listed for $160,000 by JT King and Karen Gray of Century 21.

The third least expensive to hit the market this week is a one-bedroom co-op at 720 West 173rd Street in Washington Heights. Jim Rosenbloom, Nick Rafello and Adina Greenberg are listing the property for the Corcoran Group. TRD

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