Brace yourselves: The priciest unit to hit the Manhattan market this week is a duplex condominium penthouse at One Beacon Court that has an asking price of $115 million, according to StreetEasy. The home — now the second most expensive on the market in Manhattan — belongs to hedge fund founder Steven Cohen, as reported this week. Deborah Grubman and David Dubin at the Corcoran Group have the listing for the home, which has 9,000 square feet, four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. Special amenities include touch pads in each room that control lighting, temperature and window shades; marble walls in the two master baths; and a media room. The building is located at 151 East 58th Street.
Corcoran also has the week’s next priciest home, located at 1020 Fifth Avenue on the Upper East Side. Sharon Baum and Hilary Landis have the listing for this co-op with a $25 million ask. The home has four bedrooms and five bathrooms, as well as views of Fifth Avenue and the Metropolitan Museum of Art from its 20-by-40-foot salon, and was featured on the cover of Architectural Digest in 1991.
A four-floor penthouse located at 52 East 72nd Street in Lenox Hill is the next priciest unit this week. John Burger of Brown Harris Stevens has the listing with an asking price of $21.95 million. The home has seven bedrooms, seven bathrooms and 6,300 square feet. Amenities include two wood-burning fireplaces, private elevator landings and outdoor terraces that total 1,200 square feet.
A studio co-op located at 340 Haven Avenue in Hudson Heights is the cheapest to come online this week. The home, which has hardwood flooring, comes with an asking price of $189,000. Brian Shadood of Stein-Perry has the listing, StreetEasy shows, but as The Real Deal reported, Halstead Property purchased the assets of this brokerage last month.
A three-bedroom co-op located at 79 Hamilton Place in Hamilton Heights is the next cheapest listing this week. The home is listed with Willie Kathryn Suggs for $204,500. The home features an updated bathroom and kitchen, according to the listing.
Simone Song at Simone Song Properties has the next cheapest listing. Located at 900 West 190th Street in Hudson Heights, this 450-square-foot studio has a $220,000 ask, as well as Hudson River views. The home is currently unrenovated, according to the listing, but can be offered renovated for $240,000. —Zachary Kussin