Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

February 24, 2012 12:00PM

The priciest home to hit the market in Manhattan this week is an Upper East Side townhouse, 19 East 82nd Street. The 11,000-square-foot home, between Fifth and Park avenues, has five bedrooms and seven bathrooms and a courtyard. Nick Judson at Judson Realty has the listing, which is asking $34.8 million, according to data from Streeteasy.com.

The second most expensive apartment is the 12th-floor penthouse in the Chelsea Mercantile, which The Real Deal reported on yesterday. The Greek Revival home was recently relisted for $22.5 million by Ryan Serhant and Regis Roumila at NestSeekers. The apartment, at 252 Seventh Avenue, between 24th and 25th streets was designed by Christopher Hyland and features a kitchen with a gothic theme.

The third priciest unit is a modernist townhouse on the Upper East Side asking $14 million. The William Lescaze-designed home, at 32 East 74th Street, is listed by Joanna Cutler at Joanna Cutler Real Estate. The 6,800-square-foot pad is located between Madison and Park avenues.

The cheapest unit to hit the market this week is a “charming Edwardian one-bedroom,” according to the listing, at 70 Haven Avenue in Washington Heights. The apartment, which is asking $199,000, is between 169th and 170th streets and is being marketed by Simone Song by Simone Song Properties.

The second least expensive unit is at 100 Overlook Terrace, a co-op in Hudson Heights between 189th and 190th streets. The 650-square-foot one-bedroom, one-bathroom digs has an asking price of $205,000, and is also listed by Simone Song.

The third cheapest apartment is a studio at 660 Riverside Drive asking $229,000. The 400-square-foot condo is between 143rd and 144th streets and is being marketed by Pulat Batirbaev of Barak Realty. — Guelda Voien