Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

May 03, 2013 12:00PM

The priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week is an Upper East Side co-op at 770 Park Avenue asking $23.8 million, according to StreetEasy. Listed by Warburg Realty’s Richard Steinberg and Matthew Slosar, the duplex apartment has four bedrooms and five bathrooms.

The next most expensive listing is a $23 million co-op penthouse atop Yorkville’s legendary 10 Gracie Square. The apartment, which is next door to the former home of Gloria Vanderbilt, has five bedrooms, a library, a wide wraparound terrace, two balconies and four wood-burning fireplaces. John Burger of Brown Harris Stevens has the listing.

Rounding out the list is an 18,500-square-foot townhouse at Tribeca’s 56 Walker Street, which is zoned for mixed commercial and residential usage. The 32-room, 16-bathroom house is listed by Sotheby’s International Realty’s Eric Malley.

For the bargain hunters, a $175,000 Central Harlem co-op at 100 West 141st Street is the week’s cheapest listing. Listed by Lucien Perry Real Estate’s Nicole Godbolt-Thomas, the newly-renovated apartment has two bedrooms and one bathroom and sports hardwood floors.

A $209,000 Yorkville studio at 430 East 87th Street is next on the list. Listed by Bellmarc Realty’s Daniel Berman and Greg Todora, the prewar apartment features exposed brick walls and is in an elevator building.

Rounding out the list is a $213,000 Morningside Heights co-op listed by Douglas Elliman’s Athena Witt and Victor Larroche. Located at 549 West 123rd Street in a pet-friendly building with a gym, the 500-square-foot pad has eastern and southern views. —Hiten Samtani