Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

December 30, 2011 01:26PM

The most expensive Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a four-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom unit in the condominium at 1965 Broadway in Lincoln Square that’s asking $6.5 million, according to The 3,138-square-foot home has floor-to-ceiling windows, views all the way north to the George Washington Bridge, through-wall air conditioning and a washer and dryer. It’s listed by Heather Sargent of the Corcoran Group.

The second priciest apartment is an Upper East Side three-bedroom, three-bathroom co-op at 875 Park Avenue that’s being listed by Lynne Roberts of Prudential Douglas Elliman for $6 million.

The third costliest unit to be listed is also a three-bedroom, three-bathroom co-op on the Upper East Side, this one at 136 East 79th Street. Fritzi Kallop of Brown Harris Stevens has the $5.65 million listing.

The cheapest unit to come online this week is a $199,000 one-bedroom co-op at 720 West 173rd Street in Washington Heights that doesn’t need board approval. The Rudd Group’s Sandy Serebin is listing the 750-square-foot home.

The next least expensive is a studio in the co-op at 140 West 69th Street in Lincoln Square that’s listed by Richard Dinerman of Peerles Properties for $214,900.

The third cheapest home is a studio in the same Upper West Side building at 140 West 69th Street that’s listed for $299,000 by Ian Tabbal of Halstead Property. — Adam Fusfeld