Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

March 23, 2012 11:30AM

The priciest Manhattan home to come on the market this week is a five-story townhouse in the Lenox Hill area, at 176 East 64th Street, according to Streeteasy.com. The neo-classical elevator building sports five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, and is located between Lexington and Third avenues. The asking price is $19.5 million, and Dennis Di Lorenzo at Stribling & Associates has the listing.

The second most expensive unit to premiere this week, asking $12.1 million, is another townhouse — at 103 Riverside Drive. The six-bedroom, six-floor home on the Upper West Side has a garden, terrace and elevator and is situated between 82nd and 83rd streets. The house is listed at Brown Harris Stevens with Wolf Jakubowski.

The third priciest apartment is a four-bedroom 3.5-bathroom condominium in the West Village that is asking $10.9 million. The 5,700-square-foot apartment, at 43 Clarkson Street, is listed at Prudential Douglas Elliman by Jan Hashey.

The cheapest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is 1777 Madison Avenue — a co-op at 117th Street in East Harlem. The studio is being marketed by Yvonne Stafford at the Stafford Realty Group, and the asking price is $90,000.

The second most affordable unit is 167 West 129th Street, a studio apartment located between Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard and Lenox Avenue in Central Harlem. The co-op is asking $102,000 and the income of the buyer (if one person) cannot exceed $70,000 per annum, according to the listing. The apartment is listed at Elliman with Michael Davu and Detria Davu.

The third cheapest apartment is in the same building, listed by the same agents, but is a one-bedroom asking $105,000. The same income restrictions apply. — Guelda Voien