The priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this hurricane week is a two-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom condominium unit at 15 Central Park West, according to Streeteasy.com. The asking price for the 1,916-square-foot home is $8.5 million. Mika Sakamoto and Hideko Horiguchi of Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing, which says the home features bay windows in the master suite and has an Italian marble bathroom with a double vanity.
Karin Posvar Picket and Celeste Manice at the Corcoran Group have the next most expensive listing to come online this week. Located at 181 East 90th Street, this 3,606-square-foot condo home has an asking price of $7.2 million. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom home has the potential to convert the library into a sixth bedroom. The home also has a limestone gallery entrance and wideplank mahogany hardwood floors, the listing says.
A full-floor co-op unit at 929 Park Avenue is the week’s next priciest unit with an asking price of $6.25 million. Nancy Candib and Dominic Paolillo at Brown Harris Stevens have the listing for the three-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home. The home has a library, Park Avenue views from the living room and a built-in stereo system.
Corcoran’s Kelly Cole has the week’s least expensive unit — a co-op studio unit at 159-34 Riverside Drive West in Washington Heights with a $250,000 price tag. The home has refinished hardwood floors, new flooring in the kitchen and views of gardens and Riverside Drive trees.
The week’s next cheapest unit is a studio co-op located at 227 East 57th Street. Danka Pinkos at Bellmarc has the listing with a $289,000 asking price. According to the listing, the studio is renovated.
Corcoran’s Chazz Levi, Jesse Feldman and Bonnie Pfeifer Evans have the next least expensive listing: a 450-square-foot co-op located at 210 East 63rd Street in Lenox Hill. The asking price for the home is $330,000. According to the listing, the home has a renovated kitchen and bathroom, as well as oak floors spanning the living area. – Zachary Kussin