Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

August 19, 2011 12:09PM

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From left: 12 West 83rd Street and 1775 Madison Avenue (source: PropertyShark)

The priciest Manhattan home to come online this week is a four-story townhouse at 12 West 83rd Street, according to Streeteasy.com, that’s asking $12.5 million. The five-bedroom, four-bathroom Upper West Side home has ground-floor and parlor-floor entrances, a private garden and a fourth-floor terrace. It’s listed by Brown Harris Stevens’ Nancy Candib and Chris Dominiak.

The next most expensive home is a 3,470-square-foot condominium unit at 100 Riverside Boulevard in Lincoln Square. The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom home, near West 64th Street, is listed by Alon Chadad and Moshe Balalo of Blu Realty Group for $6.85 million.

The third costliest listing is a three-bedroom, three-bathroom condo at 160 Central Park South listed for $5.9 million. Timothy Scott of the Corcoran Group has the Midtown listing.

The cheapest Manhattan apartment to hit the market this week is a $69,000, income-restricted 325-square-foot studio in the co-op building at 1775 Madison Avenue in East Harlem. It’s listed by Sheilisa McNeal of Custom Brokers NYC.

The second cheapest home is a 525-square-foot, one-bedroom co-op unit at 689 Fort Washington Avenue in Hudson Heights. Simone Song of Simone Song Properties has the $175,000 listing.

The third least expensive home is a 600-square-foot, two-bedroom co-op at 420 East 119th Street in East Harlem. It’s listed for $227,000 by Saul Scheveloff of Realty Networking Services. — Adam Fusfeld