Priciest, cheapest listings to hit the market

September 06, 2013 12:00PM

Roger Erickson of Sotheby’s International Realty had the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $25 million co-op in Carnegie Hill, according to StreetEasy. The 4,030-square-foot, full-floor prewar property is located at 2 East 88th Street and is in “triple-mint condition,” according to the listing, and located directly across the street from the Guggenheim Museum. The 14-story building, with this home on the 11th floor, was constructed in 1927.

The week’s second-priciest listing, with an asking price of $19.75 million, is a four-bedroom condominium in the Baccarat Residences at 20 West 53rd Street in Midtown. The 4,545-square-foot property, with interior design and detailing by Tony Ingrao, features high ceilings, solid white oak floors, SieMatic kitchen with high-gloss lacquer ebonized walnut cabinetry and floor-to-ceiling windows in the bedroom. The Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group is handling sales at the development.

Third-priciest this week, back in Carnegie Hill, is an $18.9 million townhouse at 1145 Park Avenue. This 5,200-square-foot, five-floor home has an elevator, limestone façade designed by Emory Roth, a Poggenphol kitchen and formal living room with a floating staircase. The living area’s Picture Window Looks Out On Park Avenue, and a library, atrium and terrace are additional flourishes. The property is listed by Dan Danielli at Halstead Property.

The least expensive listing to hit the Manhattan market this week is a one-bedroom co-op at 215 West 105th Street in Manhattan Valley with a $150,000 ask. Listed as an investment property, a rent-controlled tenant paying $544 per month is currently in place, with rents to be increased in 2014. Building amenities include an elevator, live-in super and laundry in the building. Kevin Peterson at Level Group has the listing.

The week’s second least expensive listing, asking $159,000, is located at 50 Park Terrace in Inwood. The studio co-op features a sunken living room and open kitchen, while the Art Deco building amenities include an elevator and live-in super. The property is listed by Mark Penny at Corcoran.

The third least expensive listing of the week is also in Inwood, at 579 West 215th Street. This two-room studio co-op is asking $169,000 and features a separate small kitchen, a dressing room adjacent to the bathroom, custom closets and views of the Hudson River and Inwood Hill Park. Building amenities include an elevator, live-in super and roof deck. Elizabeth Alicea at Halstead has the listing. – Julie Strickland