Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

May 13, 2011 01:39PM

145 Hudson Street and 12 East 132nd Street

The most expensive unit to hit the Manhattan market this week is the duplex penthouse at 145 Hudson Street in Tribeca listed for $45 million. The 7,500-square-foot condominium unit, has four bedrooms, four-and-a-half bathrooms, a 4,500-square-foot wrap-around terrace, 18 foot ceilings and a fireplace. Herve Senequier and Leonard Steinberg of Prudential Douglas Elliman are marketing the property.

The next priciest unit to come online is a 6,883-square foot condo at 400 Fifth Avenue in Midtown. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Andrew Anderson and Gail Sankarisngh have the $26 million listing.

The third priciest unit is the five-bedroom, five-bathroom penthouse at 975 Park Avenue on the Upper East Side with a $25 million asking price. Allison Koffman and Juliette Janssens of Sotheby’s International Realty are listing the co-op unit.

The least expensive Manhattan home to come online is a two-bedroom co-op at 12 East 132nd Street in Central Harlem that’s listed for $119,000. Cedric Leake of Halstead Property is listing the property.

There was a tie for the second cheapest Manhattan unit, as two came to market this week with a $179,000 asking price. The first is a 475-square-foot studio at 31 Tiemann Place in Morningside Heights. Stein-Perry’s Matthew Bizzarro is marketing the co-op.

The other is a co-op at 4523 Broadway in Hudson Heights. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Leslie Diamond has the listing for the 400-square-foot studio.