Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

July 15, 2011 12:48PM

The priciest Manhattan home to come online this week is a $29 million, four-bedroom, five-and-a-half bathroom co-op at 960 Fifth Avenue, according to Streeteasy.com. The Upper East Side duplex apartment has floor-to-ceiling views of Central Park and a wood burning fireplace, while the building provides a private dining room for residents and a health club overlooking the park. Kathy Sloane of Brown Harris Stevens has the listing.

The next costliest home is a 3,068-square-foot, three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom condominium unit in The Plaza Hotel Residences at 1 Central Park South. The property is listed by Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Dolly Lenz for $12.95 million.

The third most expensive home to hit the market is a four-story, five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom townhouse at 123 East 71st Street in Lenox Hill. The property is listed for $9 million by Carmen Perez of the Corcoran Group.

The cheapest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a 500-square-foot studio in the co-op building at 30 Bogardus Place in Fort George. The unit is listed by SNS Realty with an asking price of $150,000.

The second least expensive apartment is a $190,000, 440-square-foot studio in the co-op building at 45 Park Terrace West in Inwood. Andew Shell of A.N. Shell Realty has the listing.

The next cheapest home is a $229,000 studio at 160 Cabrini Boulevard in Hudson Heights. The 550-square-foot co-op is listed by Simeon Song of Simone Song Properties. — Adam Fusfeld