Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

August 12, 2011 12:00PM

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From left: 211 Central Park West and 251 Seaman Avenue

The most expensive Manhattan apartment to hit the market this week is a four-bedroom, five-bathroom co-op unit at 211 Central Park West on the Upper West Side that’s asking $14.7 milllion, according to Streeteasy.com. The home includes a wood-buring fireplace, a library and a staff room with its own bathroom. The home is listed by Olivia Hoge of Sotheby’s International Realty and Stribling & Associates’ Beatrice Ducrot and Lena Kaplan.

The second costliest unit is a six-bedroom, six-and-a-half-bathroom combined apartment in the El Dorado at 300 Central Park West on the Upper West Side. John Burger of Brown Harris Stevens has the $13.95 million listing.

The next priciest home is a $9.5 million co-op also in the El Dorado at 300 Central Park West on the Upper West Side. The three-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom is listed by Scott Stewart of the Corcoran Group.

The cheapest Manhattan home to come online this week is an 825-square-foot, one-bedroom co-op at 251 Seaman Avenue in Inwood. Corcoran’s Kelly Cole has the $229,000 listing.

The next least expensive home to hit the market is a 553-square-foot studio in the co-op building at 200 Cabrini Boulevard in Hudson Heights. The apartment is listed for $245,000 by Simone Song of Simone Song Properties.

The third cheapest home is an income-restricted studio apartment within the townhouse at 154 Stanton Street on the Lower East Side. Core’s Maggie Kent and John Harrison have the $250,000 listing. — Adam Fusfeld