Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

January 13, 2012 12:00PM

The most expensive unit to hit the market in Manhattan this week was the ninth floor of 1030 Fifth Avenue, which is asking $35 million, according to The six-bedroom and six-bathroom co-op is “one of a kind,” according to the listing, with 55 feet fronting on Central Park. The Upper East Side residence also comes with a maid’s room on the second floor of the property, which is at 84th Street. The co-op is listed at Warburg Realty by Bonnie Chajet and Ronnie Lane.

The lone duplex at One Central Park West is in a tie with 823 Park Avenue #10, for the second most expensive unit to premiere this week. Each is asking $18 million. The duplex offers 4,266 square feet spanning the 49th and 50th floors of the Trump International Tower & Hotel, at 60th Street on Central Park South. A recent renovation that joined two previously separate apartments has created a “loft-like residence, rarely found uptown,” according to the listing. Brown Harris Stevens’ Kyle Blackmon is marketing the residence.

The Park Avenue condominium, between 75th and 76th, is a five-bedroom on the entire 10th floor of a full-service pre-war building the listing describes as “intimate.” The Corcoran Group’s Deborah Kern has the listing.

The cheapest unit to hit the Manhattan market this week is #26 at 546 West 156th Street in Washington Heights, with an asking price of $130,000. The sixth floor walk-up, Between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway is only available for all cash. Francine Canion at Canion Investment Group has the listing.

The second most affordable listing is 30 Bogardus Place #6A, asking $150,000, in the northern section of Washington Heights, known as Fort George. The top-floor studio offers views of the Cloisters and has a walk-in closet. The 500-square-foot unit is in an elevator building, the listing says. The co-op is being marketed by SNS Realty’s Nobuko Sasamoto.

A Hamilton Heights co-op is the third cheapest single-family home for sale this week. The one-bedroom with formal dining room at 409 Edgecombe Avenue, #2C, is asking $200,000. The listing claims that both W.E.B. Du Bois and Thurgood Marshall lived in the co-op at one time. Monique Nelson of M. Nelson Realty is the listing agent. — Guelda Voien