Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

August 26, 2011 10:54AM

The most expensive Manhattan home to hit the market this week is the 6,883-square-foot 59th floor penthouse at the Setai Fifth Avenue, at 400 Fifth Avenue in Midtown South, according to The full floor condominium unit has six bedrooms, six-and-two-half bathrooms and diamond-angled windows to enhance the light and the 360-degree views. It’s listed for $27.5 million by Gail Sankarsingh and Andrew Anderson of Prudential Douglas Elliman. As The Real Deal previously reported, the brokers would prefer to sell the entire floor as one unit, but are open to splitting it up.

The next costliest home is a $17.5 million, four-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom co-op at 35 East 76th Street on the Upper East Side. Brown Harris Stevens’ Kathy Sloane has the listing.

The third priciest home to hit the market is a one-bedroom, two-and-one-half-bathroom co-op at the Richard Meier-designed 781 Fifth Avenue in Lenox Hill. The apartment is listed for $11.5 million by Sally Hallows of Brown Harris Stevens.

The cheapest Manhattan home to come online this week is a studio unit in the co-op building at 210 East 21st Street in Gramercy. Barak Realty’s Max Moondoc lists the apartment for $190,000, but requires an all cash transaction.

The next least expensive apartment is a 447-square-foot studio, with a 40-square-foot terrace in the condo building at 350 Wadsworth Avenue in Fort George. The unit is listed for $217,000 by Louis Pulice of Stein-Perry Real Estate.

The third cheapest home is also a 447-square-foot studio at 350 Wadsworth Avenue in Fort George. Stein-Perry’s Louis Pulice lists this property for $219,000. — Adam Fusfeld