The priciest listing to come online this week is a condominium unit at 15 Central Park West with a $27.75 million price tag, according to Streeteasy.com. The 2,761-square-foot, three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom Lincoln Square home has Central Park views to the east and views of the Hudson River to the west, a living room with 11-foot-high ceilings and a library. Paula Del Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens has the listing.
Tony award-winning Broadway producer Harold Prince, behind the direction of musicals such as “Show Boat” and “Kiss of the Spider Woman,” is selling his Upper East Side townhouse at 48 East 74th Street, and it’s this week’s second most expensive listing. The asking price for the 6.260-square-foot, 20-foot-wide property is $22 million and Barbara Fox of Fox Residential Group has the listing. Located in between Park and Madison avenues, the home has a chef’s kitchen, a library and a conservatory on the top floor. As The Real Deal reported this week, the townhouse previously belonged to the Women’s League of Conservative Judaism.
A $14.9 million condominium unit at the Aldyn, located at 60 Riverside Boulevard in Lincoln Square, is Manhattan’s third priciest listing this week. Both Corcoran Sunshine and the Aldyn Sales & Design Center have the listing for the property, but no specific agents are mentioned. According to the listing, the 6,758-square foot home is a terraced duplex with six bedrooms, 8.5 bathrooms, as well as a great room with double-high ceilings.
A $160,000 co-op home located at 443 West 151st Street between Convent and Amsterdam avenues in Hamilton Heights is the week’s least expensive listing. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom, 525-square-foot home has granite countertops in the kitchen, hardwood floors and new ceiling fans. Robb Pair at Harlem Lofts has the listing.
A 450-square-foot co-op studio is the week’s second cheapest listing with an asking price of $215,000. Listed by Simone Song of Simone Song Properties, LLC, this Fort George home, which is located at 120 Bennett Avenue at West 187th Street, has high ceilings and oak floors with marquetry trim.
The week’s third cheapest listing to hit the Manhattan market is a co-op unit at 457 West 57th Street between Ninth and 10th avenues in Midtown West going for $239,000. Karen Wigdor, Frederick Wigdor and Geoffrey Wigdor of Halstead Property have the listing. — Zachary Kussin