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.