Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

TRD New York /
Mar.March 15, 2013 12:30 PM

The sales team at Starwood Capital’s Baccarat Hotel & Residences has the week’s most expensive listing to hit the Manhattan market, according to Streeteasy.com. The $60 million condominium, at 20 West 53rd Street, is a 7,381-square-foot duplex penthouse with five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms.

The 46-story Baccarat building was recently reviewed by The Real Deal’s architecture critic James Gardner, who described it as “one of the remorselessly rectilinear office towers for which the firm is mainly known.”

The next priciest listing is a $26.9 million two-unit combination at The Storied Plaza Residences at One Central Park South. The Corcoran Group’s Sarah Thompson and Bernice Levanthal are marketing the 10-room, 4,368-square-foot condo that sports four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms and offers expansive views of Central Park.

Rounding out the list is a Lenox Hill townhouse at 53 East 64th Street, which was listed for $26 million with Asher Alcobi’s Peter Ashe. The five-bedroom triplex apartment has a marble powder room, and two of the bedrooms have private marble bathrooms.

On the other end of the market, this week’s cheapest listing is a Hamilton Heights co-op studio with an asking price of $65,000. Located at 529 West 152nd Street, the apartment is listed with Nest Seekers International’s Nahabed Mazmanian and Ilarion Zyma. According to the listing, the apartment is near the subway and simply “needs a little TLC.”

The next cheapest listing is a $135,000 Central Harlem co-op at 42 West 138th Street. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is listed by Halstead Property’s Michael Coker and is pet-friendly, according to the listing.

And finally, the third spot goes to a $160,000 co-op in Hamilton Heights, at 3962 Broadway. Listed by A.C. Lawrence’s Walter Steffen, the recently gut-renovated 405-square-foot apartment has hardwood floors, and the building allows pets. —Hiten Samtani


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