Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

May 25, 2012 12:00PM

The most expensive single-family home to hit the Manhattan market this week is a condominium unit inside the Metropolitan Tower that’s asking $19.8 million, according to Carrie Chiang, Janet Wang and Richard Phan at the Corcoran Group have the listing for the unit, located at 146 West 57th Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues in Midtown. The 4,419-square-foot home has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.

Dan Neiditch at River 2 River Realty has the week’s second most expensive listing for a co-op unit at the Stanhope. The 4,118-square-foot home, which is located at 995 Fifth Avenue at 81st Street on the Upper East Side, has four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. The unit has views of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Central Park, according to the listing. The asking price is $14 million.

The third priciest home to hit the market this week is a two-bedroom (with the potential for a third), 3.5-bathroom co-op unit at the Kenilworth, located at 151 Central Park West between 75th and 76th streets. Jeff Adler and Howard Margolis at Prudential Douglas Elliman have the listing for the Upper West Side home for $12.25 million. The unit measures 3,200 square feet.

The least expensive home to come online this week is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op unit in East Harlem. Yvonne Stafford at Stafford Realty Group has the listing for the 290-square-foot home, located at 1777 Madison Avenue at 117th Street, with an asking price of $80,000.

Tasha Trice at A.C. Lawrence & Co. has the week’s second cheapest listing for a co-op unit at 3692 Broadway between 152nd and 153rd streets in Hamilton Heights. The home has one bedroom, one bathroom and an asking price of $125,000. Square footage was not listed.

The third least expensive listing this week is a 185-square-foot studio unit located at 411-421 Manhattan Avenue at 118th Street in Morningside Heights. Charlie Lewis at Warburg Realty has the listing with an asking price of $169,000. — Zachary Kussin