Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

February 08, 2013 12:00PM

Leslie Mason of Douglas Elliman has the most expensive listing to come online this week, according to The property is a single-family townhouse, located at 85 Charles Street in the West Village, with an asking price of $18.5 million. The five-story home has five bedrooms, four bathrooms, a rooftop garden and five functional fireplaces. The listing says the property underwent a renovation in 2006.

The week’s next priciest listing is currently a multifamily townhouse that can be delivered vacant and converted into a five-bedroom home. Anne Snee at the Corcoran Group has the listing for this property, which is located at 121 East 69th Street in Lenox Hill. The asking price ticks in at $17.5 million.

Corcoran also has the next priciest listing on the list. Listed by Noble Black, a co-op home at 115 Central Park West in Lincoln Square hit the market this week with a $15.95 million ask. The three-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom apartment spans the entire 28th floor, has black walnut flooring and comes with a home gym.

Head uptown to Washington Heights for the week’s least expensive listing. Located at 566 West 159th Street, this co-op home has one bedroom and 1.5 bathrooms. Damian Contreras at Century 21 American Homes has the listing, which has a $124,999 asking price.

Farther downtown in Morningside Heights, specifically 90 LaSalle Street, is where the next cheapest listing is located. The home is a studio co-op that measures 500 square feet and comes with the potential to create a separate sleeping area. Frank Aguilar and Carina Caba at Morningside Heights Housing Corporation have the listing with an asking price of $215,000.

Lorraine Iannello at Douglas Elliman has the week’s next cheapest listing, which is for a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 37 Nagle Avenue in Fort George with a $229,000 ask. The bathroom comes renovated and windowed, the listing says. —Zachary Kussin