The most expensive listing to premiere in Manhattan this week is a $23 million Upper East Side townhouse listed by Serena Boardman of Sotheby’s International Realty. The brick and limestone Beaux Arts structure was built in 1915, according to the listing. The five-story building, at 7 East 80th Street, sits between Madison and Fifth avenues and offers a wine cellar, roof deck and elevator.
The second priciest home to come online this week is a four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bathroom co-op at East 84th Street with an asking price of $22 million. The home, at 1030 Fifth Avenue #3W, offers two wood-burning fireplaces, a library and “stunning” views of the Met, the listing says. The apartment is listed by the Corcoran Group’s Sharon Baum and David Enloe.
The third most expensive unit was 132 East 65th Street #PH1, a Lenox Hill condominium asking $19.95 million. The five-bedroom, five-and-a-half-bathroom home, is in the Touraine, which is between 64th and 65th streets. The building offers a gym, storage, fireplace and roof deck, but won’t be ready for occupancy until winter 2012, according to Streeteasy.com. Armelle Flood, at Toll Brothers, has the listing.
The cheapest unit to hit the market this week is 80 La Salle Street #17E, a co-op Between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway in Morningside Heights asking $210,000. The building, near 123rd Street, has a gym. Prudential Douglas Elliman agents Athena Witt and Victor Larroche have the listing for the studio.
The second most affordable unit is a one-bedroom co-op in Inwood. The unit, 579 West 215th Street #10A, is asking $239,000. The building offers storage, a renovated lobby and a roof deck, according to the listing. Joe Peraino of Prudential Douglas Elliman is marketing the home.
The third cheapest unit to become available in Manhattan was 1825 Madison Avenue #4D, a one-bedroom co-op in Harlem that is asking $255,000. The doorman building, near 118th Street, offers “townhouse features,” such as a galley kitchen, a dishwasher and wood cabinets, according to the listing, which is offered by Trevor Williams at Citi Habitats.
— Guelda Voien