Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

Sprawling UWS co-op and Village townhouse are among this week’s top listings
October 26, 2012 01:00PM

As previously reported, a $50 million listing came online today, making it the most expensive unit to hit the Manhattan market this week, according to Streeteasy.com. S. Christopher Halstead at Halstead Property has the listing for the co-op unit located inside the Majestic at 115 Central Park West. The five-bedroom, 5.5-bathroom home has Central Park views from every room and was recently renovated, according to the listing.

Across town at 885 Park Avenue is the location of the next most expensive listing. Hilary Landis at the Corcoran Group has the listing for the duplex penthouse co-op with an asking price of $34.9 million. There are six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a media room and a terrace that runs the whole length of the apartment.

Corcoran also has the week’s third priciest listing, for a four-story townhouse located at 10 West 10th Street in the Greenwich Village. Sara Gelbard and Paul Kolbusz have the listing, which comes with a $29.5 million price tag. The single-family townhouse has seven bedrooms, seven full bathrooms and three half bathrooms. There’s also an elevator, a wine refrigerator in the renovated cellar, and floor-to-ceiling windows and herringbone hardwood floors on the parlor floor.

Head to 325 Pleasant Avenue in East Harlem for the week’s least expensive listing. Ramon Abrey at RA Brokerage has the listing for the $130,000 studio co-op unit, which has one-bedroom and features hardwood flooring.

Located nearby in Central Harlem is the week’s next cheapest listing. Nyron Chin-Sang of Gold Key Realty has the listing at 1867 Adam Clayton Powell Jr. Boulevard with an asking price of $175,000. The co-op home has one bedroom and one bathroom.

The next least expensive listing is also located in Central Harlem — 208 West 119th Street, where Adrian Thompkins and Shebrelle Hunter-Green at Halstead have a listing for a co-op unit. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom home comes with a $179,000 asking price. — Zachary Kussin