Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

February 10, 2012 12:00PM

The priciest unit to hit the market in Manhattan this week is an Upper East Side townhouse at 15 East 80th Street. The five-story Beaux Arts mansion, between Fifth and Madison avenues, sports a private gym and media lounge, according to the listing. The turn-of-the-century five-bedroom home was recently remodeled and is asking $26 million. Carrie Chiang and Janet Wang at the Corcoran Group have the listing.

The second most expensive apartment is 21 East 84th Street #1, another Upper East Side townhouse, this one asking $19.9 million. The four-bedroom, six-bathroom spread on the corner of Madison Avenue has 6,000 square feet of living space, according to the listing. Karina Kheifetz-Sagiev of Evans Real Estate is marketing the property.

The third priciest home is an Upper East Side co-op at 151 East 72nd Street. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom, between Lexington and Third avenues, is asking $16.5 million. The 19th century limestone mansion includes a library and solarium on five floors. Sloane Square’s Jaar-Mel Sloane has the listing.

The cheapest unit to premiere this week is 352 West 48th Street #4FE, in the Hell’s Kitchen area. The one-bedroom co-op in a brownstone between Eighth and Ninth avenues, can be sold only to an individual with a pre-tax income of less than $33,984 for the last two years, the listing said. The newly renovated digs are asking $199,000 and are listed with Cooper & Cooper Real Estate’s Eirik Gislason.

The second least expensive home is 160 East 91st Street #2B, a co-op in the Carnegie Hill region. The studio apartment features cherrywood cabinets and a built-in murphy bed. The apartment, between Lexington and Third avenues, is asking $239,000 and is listed at Bellmarc by Fran Kaback.

The third cheapest is 1825 Madison Avenue #6C, a one-bedroom in Central Harlem at 118th Street. The building has a gym and a doorman. Rebecca Mirkin and Dianne Howard at Corcoran are marketing the listing. — Guelda Voien