Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

July 01, 2011 11:06AM

The most expensive Manhattan home to come online this week is a five-bedroom, 5,000-square-foot condominium at 515 Park Avenue in Lenox Hill that’s listed for $23 million. The unit has Park Avenue views, a custom-made mahogany library, and marble bathrooms with gold fittings in each bedroom. Eva Penson of Halstead Property has the listing.

The next priciest home is a five-story, 6,000-square-foot townhouse at 422 East 85th Street in Yorkville. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s George van Der Ploeg and Diane Nichols have the $10 million listing.

The third most expensive home is a five-bedroom, six-bathroom, 3,500-square-foot penthouse at 205 West 76th Street. The Upper West Side unit is listed by Jessica Cohen, Andre Rouach and Maria Milkova of Elliman and has a $9.15 million asking price.

The cheapest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a three-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 79 Hamilton Place in Hamilton Heights that “needs a good deal of TLC,” according to the listing. Stafford International Realty’s Yvonne Stafford is listing the property with a $150,000 asking price.

The second and third least expensive units are both one-bedroom co-ops at 208 West 119th Street in Central Harlem both with an asking price of $185,000. Both homes are listed by Kim McKeller of Halstead Property. — Adam Fusfeld