Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

July 22, 2011 11:31AM

From left: 163 East 64th Street and 100 Overlook Terrace (second building source: PropertyShark)

The most expensive Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a four-story, 8,500-square-foot townhouse at 163 East 64th Street in Lenox Hill asking $29.95 million, according to The five bedroom, six-and-a-half bathroom home features an elevator, a gym, four wood-burning fireplaces and a rear garden. Paula Del Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens has the listing.

The second priciest home is a 4,184-square-foot, five-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom condo at 823 Park Avenue on the Upper East Side. The home is listed by Corcoran Group’s Emilie O’Sullivan for $15.3 million.

The next costliest home is the four-bedroom, four-and-one-half bathroom penthouse at 220 Riverside Boulevard on the Upper West Side. Terrie O’Connor of Terrie O’Connor Realtors has the $15 million listing.

The cheapest Manhattan apartment to come online this week is a $189,000 studio in the co-op building at 100 Overlook Terrace in Washington heights. Joe Azar of Citi Habitats has the listing.

The next least expensive home is a one-bedroom co-op at 30 West 119th Street in Central Harlem. The 570-square-foot unit is listed by Julia Torrence of Torrence Real Estate for $199,000.

The third cheapest home is a studio in the co-op building at 244 Riverside Drive on the Upper West Side. Michael Hamberger and Fern Hamberger of Citi Habitats have the $245,000 listing.
— Adam Fusfeld