The Real Deal New York

Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

April 20, 2012 12:00PM

The priciest home to hit the Manhattan market this week is an Upper East Side condominium with an asking price of $23.5 million, according to Kathy Sloane at Brown Harris Stevens has the listing for the renovated full sixth-floor, 4,500-square-foot apartment, which is located in a pre-war building at 521 Park Avenue on the corner of 60th Street. The apartment has four bedrooms, 4.5 baths, four fireplaces and 10-foot-high ceilings, according to the listing.

Brown Harris Stevens also has the listing for the second most expensive home to come to the market this week. Located at 1133 Fifth Avenue between 94th and 95th streets on the Upper East Side, the full-floor co-op has four bedrooms and three bathrooms. Square footage was not listed. Kathryn Steinberg has the listing, which has an asking price of $16.5 million.

The third priciest apartment is another full-floor Upper East Side co-op. Lauren Muss at the Corcoran Group has the $15 million listing for the home, at 730 Park Avenue at 71st Street. As previously reported, the unit belongs to Area Property Partners CEO Richard Mack, who will soon be moving into an 18,000-square-foot home in Carnegie Hill. The 4,300-square-foot apartment at 730 park has four bedrooms, 5.5 baths and outdoor balcony space.

The least expensive home to hit the market in Manhattan this week is a Washington Heights co-op being marketed by Corcoran. Nick Rafello, Jim Rosenbloom and Adina Greenberg have the listing, which has an asking price of $209,000. Located at 720 West 173rd Street, between Fort Washington and Haven avenues, the one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment has hardwood floors and high ceilings, the listing indicates. Square footage was not included.

Adam Disick at Triumph Property Group has the second cheapest listing. Located at 207-209 East 120th Street between Second and Third avenues in East Harlem, the 580-square-foot one-bedroom condo has one bathroom and a balcony, according to the listing. The asking price for the home is $220,000.

The third least expensive home is a Lincoln Square studio. Located at 457 West 57th Street between Ninth and 10th avenues and marketed by Sondra Hassman at Fenwick Keats Real Estate, the co-op has an asking price of $239,000. According to, the apartment is 300 square feet. — Zachary Kussin