The most expensive listing to hit the Manhattan market this week is a condominium combination located at the Trump Park Avenue at 502 Park Avenue with an asking price of $25.9 million, according to Streeteasy.com. Streeteasy shows Melanie Lazenby and Dina Lewis of Prudential Douglas Elliman, as well as Michelle Griffith at Trump have the listing, which details the possibility to combine two units to make a 6,248-square-foot duplex. There are six bedrooms, six bathrooms and one half bathroom, according to the listing, which also mentions two terraces at the lower unit, as well as oak floors and crown molding in the upper unit.
Serena Boardman at Sotheby’s International Realty has the week’s second priciest listing, which is for a Lenox Hill townhouse located at 158 East 61st Street with an asking price of $13.5 million. Streeteasy shows the home is 6,900 square feet. According to the listing, the five-bedroom, six-bathroom and two-half-bathroom home rises five stories and also has a rooftop solarium. Inside there are four fireplaces, a library, a wine cellar and a finished basement. The kitchen and breakfast room open up to a garden.
This week’s third most expensive listing is a condo at 170 East End Avenue in Yorkville, which was designed by architect and leather-aficionado Peter Marino. Barbara Russo at the Corcoran Group has the listing for the 5,156-square-foot unit, which has five bedrooms, seven bathrooms and an asking price of $11.5 million. The home also has a top-of-the-line chef’s kitchen and a family room that opens to a terrace.
The three cheapest listings this week are all in the same co-op, at 100 West 141st Street at Malcolm X Boulevard in Central Harlem, and are all listed with Corcoran’s Karen Shenker. The cheapest among them is a 750-square-foot co-op unit with an asking price of $137,500. The listing says gut renovation is required for this three-bedroom, one-bathroom home, which also has nearly 10-foot ceilings.
The second least expensive listing is priced at $155,000. This partially renovated three-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op unit also has high ceilings and new windows that let in natural light. No square footage was mentioned.
And the third cheapest listing is a 935-square-foot fully renovated co-op unit has an asking price of $195,000. This home also has three bedrooms and one bathroom, as well as brand new oak floors and nearly 10-foot-high ceilings, according to the listing. — Zachary Kussin