Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

June 21, 2013 12:00PM

Kyle Blackmon of Brown Harris Stevens has the priciest single-family listing to hit the Manhattan market this week, according to StreetEasy. Located in the storied 15 Central Park West and listed for $32 million, this pair of condominium units — currently configured as two separate homes – is being offered together. Interior space would total 4,077 square feet; private outdoor space 3,088 square feet. There would also be five bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms. The home has south and west exposures over Columbus Circle and Lincoln Center.

The next priciest listing comes with a $27 million price tag. Located at 737 Park Avenue, where developer Macklowe Properties is handling sales in-house, this condo has 6,163 square feet, five bedrooms and seven full bathrooms, according to the listing. The unit features a 66-foot-long corner living room and adjacent dining room with south and west exposures. There’s also an eat-in kitchen with marble flooring and glass and aluminum cabinets.

Douglas Elliman’s Fredrik Eklund and John Gomes have the next priciest listing, which is the penthouse at the Schumacher at 36 Bleecker Street. This duplex condo has four bedrooms, four bathrooms and a $23 million ask. The home features a great room with double exposures and terrace space.

Head up to 114 East 98th Street for the week’s cheapest listing. Phillip Koeber of Elliman has the listing for this co-op home with a $275,000 ask. Currently a studio, the home can be converted into a one-bedroom.

The next cheapest listing is a three-way tie for properties priced at $289,000. The first, at 342 East 53rd Street, is a studio co-op listed by Richard Murray of CitySites Real Estate Group. The home has hardwood flooring and California-style closets, according to the listing.

The next is at 91 Payson Avenue in Inwood, listed by the Corcoran Group’s Kelly Cole. The co-op unit has one bedroom and one bathroom.

A studio co-op in Yorkville — specifically 203 East 89th Street – is the third. Bernie Rubin and Robin Liftman of Elliman have the listing.

The next cheapest home this week is listed for $295,000. Located at 332 East 77th Street on the Upper East Side, this studio co-op has a fireplace, hardwood flooring and crown molding. Elyse Dubin of Elliman has the listing. —Zachary Kussin