Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

April 06, 2012 12:30PM

The most expensive Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a three-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom condominium at the Time Warner Center, according to Streeteasy.com. Located at 25 Columbus Circle, at 58th Street between Eighth and Ninth avenues, the Lincoln Square apartment has 14 foot-high ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows and 3,923 square feet of space. Lauren Muss at the Corcoran Group has the listing with an asking price of $50 million.

John Burger at Brown Harris Stevens is listing the the second priciest Manhattan pad, which is in the Dakota building. The Upper West Side three-bedroom, three-bathroom unit co-op, at 1 West 72nd Street and Central Park West, has an asking price $29.6 million. The unit is 5,100 square feet, according to the Times. The apartment’s 19th century features, such as its plaster moldings and hand-carved woodwork, are preserved, according to the listing.

The third most expensive Manhattan listing this week is a 90th-floor penthouse condo at the Trump World Tower, located at 845 United Nations Plaza, or First Avenue at 48th Street in Turtle Bay. Kyle Blackmon at Brown Harris Stevens, who The Real Deal profiled in the April issue, has the listing for an asking price of $19.8 million. As The Real Deal previously reported, Steven Kantor, executive managing director of the global financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald, purchased a unit in the building for $5 million. The penthouse unit that Blackmon listed is 5,428 square feet, four bedrooms and 5.5 baths.

One Hamilton Heights building houses this week’s three cheapest Manhattan homes to come online this week, and they are all listed with Don Moses and Corey Sapp at Exit Realty Landmark. The least expensive of the homes is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op with an asking price of $129,000. The 790-square-foot apartment, located at 454 West 152nd Street between Convent and Amsterdam avenues, has high ceilings and natural light. Income restrictions apply in the building.

The second least expensive unit is also a two-bedroom, one-bath unit. The asking price for the 750-square-foot co-op is $129,500.

The third cheapest unit has three bedrooms and one bathroom. The asking price is$149,500.  — Zachary Kussin