Priciest, cheapest listings to hit the Manhattan market this week

TRD New York /
Sep.September 20, 2013 12:00 PM

Brown Harris Stevens’ Paula Del Nunzio had the week’s priciest listing with a $24 million townhouse at 9 East 94th Street in Carnegie Hill. The 7,250-square-foot home was built in 1892 and designed by the architectural team of Cleverdon and Putzel. Featuring high ceilings, Bosch, Viking and Liebherr appliances, a curved staircase and eat-in kitchen, the home also boasts new electrical service and plumbing throughout.

Tied for second place this week were a $23 million penthouse condominium at 200 11th Avenue in West Chelsea and a six-bedroom prewar co-op at 730 Park Avenue in Lenox Hill. Ryan Serhant of Nestseekers International and “Million Dollar Listing New York” fame has the former, which boasts a Bruce Wayne-esque “sky garage,” Cumaru Brazilian teak flooring, a white stone soaking tub and a disappearing, glass-encased staircase that joins the lower and upper levels. Serena Boardman of Sotheby’s International Realty has the 730 Park listing – a renovated home featuring six large bedrooms with en suite baths and wood burning fireplaces in the living room and library.

Coming in third on the pricey end this week was a five-bedroom, 14-room co-op duplex at 88 Central Park West asking $21.5 million. This Lincoln Square home, listed by Kyle Blackmon of Brown Harris Stevens, boasts 11-foot ceilings, 21 closets, nearly 100 feet of frontage on Central Park and a spiral staircase with double-height ceilings and two stained-glass windows leading to the upper level.

The week’s least expensive Manhattan listing, a restricted-sale studio co-op at 529 West 152nd Street in Hamilton Heights, is asking $85,000. The property, located in a walk-up building, includes an office space and is listed by William Adams of Exit Realty Landmark.

The next cheapest listing of the week jumps to $225,000 for a renovated, prewar studio co-op at 424 East 77th Street on the Upper East Side. The two-room home features an updated bath and high ceilings, as well as a new laundry room in the building. Christine Toes, Jasmin Abrol and the Patrick Lilly Team at the Corcoran Group have the listing.

The week’s third least expensive listing has an asking price of $235,000 for a restricted sale one-bedroom co-op at 98 Avenue C in the East Village. This fixer-upper, in need of renovation throughout, features a large windowed bath and kitchen, and a washer/dryer is permitted in the unit. Janet Resino of the Ready Group has the listing. – Julie Strickland


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