Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

August 02, 2013 12:00PM

The Corcoran Group’s Lauren Muss has the priciest single-family listing to hit the Manhattan market this week, according to StreetEasy. The three-bedroom condominium, located at the Time Warner Center at 25 Columbus Circle, spreads across 3,923 square feet and has an asking price of $50 million. The unit comes complete with 14-foot ceilings and has floor-to-ceiling windows throughout, along with limestone floors, Ceruse oak wood paneling and a marble bathroom suite.

The week’s next priciest listing is located across the park at 120 East 71st Street in Lenox Hill. This five-bedroom, 6,600-square-foot townhouse has an ask of $16.9 million and features a limestone facade, 12 foot ceilings, a sprawling 38-foot living room, three wood-burning fireplaces and a 1,000-bottle wine storage room. Louise Beit at Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing.

The third-priciest listing of the week, also on the Upper East Side, is a triplex co-op penthouse at 898 Park Avenue. The property is co-listed by Sydney Blumstein, Meris Blumstein and Kenny Blumstein at Corcoran and has an asking price of $9.95 million. The 4,100-square-foot, prewar home has a locked elevator that opens to a grand foyer on the 15th floor, a 1925 Art Deco wood-paneled library on the main level, three oversized bedrooms and 10-foot ceilings.

The week’s cheapest property to hit the market is a three-bedroom co-op at 715 West 180th Street in Hudson Heights, listed by the owner, with an ask of $150,000. The 850-square-foot unit features a spacious living room and kitchen area, but is currently occupied by a rent-stabilized tenant.

For the second least expensive unit of the week, we head Uptown to 60 Cooper Street in Inwood, where a two-room studio co-op has an ask of $169,900. Listed by Richard Dinerman of Peerless Properties, building amenities for the property include a bike room, laundry in the building and a live-in super.

The next cheapest home, located at 48 West 138th Street in Central Harlem, is a two-room studio condo with an asking price of $215,000. The prewar unit, listed by Karen Cantor at Bohemia Realty Group, is a new condo conversion and features exposed brick, a stainless steel chef’s kitchen, solid wood flooring and an open living room with cove lighting. — Julie Strickland