Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

March 16, 2012 02:00PM

The most expensive listing this week in Manhattan is a $30 million full 16th-floor cond-op at the former Stanhope at 995 Fifth Avenue at 81st Street on the Upper East Side. As The Real Deal reported this week, the unit returned to the market with a new broker after four months off the market; it failed to sell after almost two years on the market with Gumley Haft Kleier for an asking price of $27.5 million. Nikki Field of Sotheby’s International Realty bumped the price up $2.5 million. It has seven bedrooms, nine baths and one half bath in its 8,360 square feet of space. In addition, the apartment has a library, a media room and views of Central Park.

The second most expensive listing this week is a Lincoln Square penthouse condo on the Upper West Side. Located at 240 Riverside Boulevard at the West Side Highway, the asking price is $18.5 million for 5,168 square feet of space, five bedrooms, five bathrooms and panoramic views. Maria Pashby, Joanna Pashby and Louis Buckworth of Corcoran are marketing the property.

The third most expensive listing is a 6,167-square-foot triplex condominium penthouse located downtown in Soho at 30 Crosby Street between Grand and Broome streets. Eric Malley of Sotheby’s International Realty is marketing the penthouse with an asking price of $17.95 million. The apartment has five bedrooms, four full bathrooms, four half bathrooms and a private terrace.

The least expensive listing to hit the Manhattan market this week is a Hamilton Heights co-op, located at 521 West 151st Street between Amsterdam Avenue and Broadway. Marketed by Lisa Blunt of Exit Realty Landmark with an asking price of $137,000, there is no square footage listed for the three-bedroom, one-bathroom unit.

The second cheapest listing is a studio co-op in the same neighborhood of Hamilton Heights. Located at 345 West 151st Street at Bradhurst Avenue, the one-bathroom apartment is for sale by owner for an asking price of $149,995. Square footage was not included.

The third least expensive listing is a Washington Heights co-op, located at 70 Haven Avenue at 170th Street. Marketed by Deborah Komarow of Halstead Property with an asking price of $229,000, the apartment has one bedroom, one bathroom and a renovated kitchen. Square footage was not listed. — Zachary Kussin