The priciest single-family home to hit the Manhattan market this week is a $27 million condominium unit at the Millennium Tower at 101 West 67th Street, according to Streeteasy.com. The 4,200-square-foot home has five bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. On the 53rd floor of the building, which is located between Columbus Avenue and Broadway, the unit has panoramic views of Central Park and the Hudson and East rivers, according to the listing. Eva Mohr and Serena Boardman of Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing.
The second-priciest listing this week is a full-floor, co-op unit located at 810 Fifth Avenue at 62nd Street in Lenox Hill. As The Real Deal reported yesterday, the apartment is owned by Seagram heir Charles Bronfman. The home has three bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Boardman has the listing, which is priced at $21.5 million.
Also hitting the market was a triplex penthouse asking $16 million. Located at the Pythian condominium at 135 West 70th Street, between Columbus Avenue and Broadway, the 4,150-square-foot home has five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, as well as two terraces. Natasha Sinkov of Prudential Douglas Elliman has the listing.
The cheapest Manhattan unit to hit the market this week, according to Streeteasy, is a Yorkville studio co-op with an asking price of $225,000. The building, at 217 East 89th Street between Second and Third avenues, has a common garden space, according to the listing. The Corcoran Group’s Rachel Melniker has the listing.
Charlie Lewis, Tamara Laville and Alicia Corpening at Warburg Realty this week listed a one-bedroom condo in Central Harlem with an asking price of $230,000. The 332-square-foot unit is located in a five-story, pre-war walk-up at 411-421 Manhattan Avenue at West 118th Street.
A Turtle Bay studio hit the market this week for $249,000. The 365-square-foot home is located in a co-op at 321 East 54th Street between First and Second avenues. Corcoran’s Beth Benalloul has the listing. — Zachary Kussin