Priciest, cheapest units hit the market

An eight-bedroom UWS spread and Sarah Jessica Parker's townhouse are among this week's most expensive listings
September 14, 2012 01:30PM

The priciest Manhattan listing to hit the market this week is an eight-bedroom, 15-bathroom spread at the Heritage at Trump Place, which is asking $75 million. The 14,547-square-foot residence at 240 Riverside Boulevard was commissioned by an international VIP on assignment in the U.S., according to the listing, held exclusively by Michael Gavin of Trump Sales & Leasing.

The second most expensive single-family residence to come online is a 5,000-square-foot Charles Gwathmey-designed penthouse at the Park Laurel, asking $26.5 million. As The Real Deal previously reported, the unit is owned by Goldman Sachs executive J. Michael Evans and has five-bedrooms, five bathrooms and five half bathrooms. Another two-bedroom apartment owned by Evans on the 14th floor can be included in the deal for a combined price of $29.25 million. The apartment, at 5 West 63rd Street, is listed with Sabrina Saltiel of Prudential Douglas Elliman.

The third priciest listing this week is a 25-foot-wide townhouse in Greenwich Village owned by “Sex and the City” actress Sarah Jessica Parker and her husband, Matthew Broderick. As previously reported, the Greek Revival-style property at 20 East 10th Street features five bedrooms and 12-foot ceilings. It is asking $25 million and is listed by Stephen McRae and Debbie Korb of Sotheby’s International Realty.

The cheapest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op unit at 474 West 158th Street in Washington Heights. It is listed by Douglas Booth of Halstead Property for $209,000.

The second and third least expensive properties are both in the same building at 448 St. Nicholas Avenue in Central Harlem, facing St. Nicholas Park. The income-restricted residences are listed by Brian Byfield and are both asking $220,000. Both units have two bedrooms. – Katherine Clarke