John Burger and Kyle Blackmon of Brown Harris Stevens had the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $130 million offering in the Residence at the River House. The Beekman pad at 447 East 52nd Street comes with a proposed renovation plan designed by Tony Ingrao that would comprise over 62,000 square feet spread across five levels and 30 rooms, making it the largest single-family residence in New York City. The rooms would boast 20-foot ceilings, while a 27,500-square-foot garden and leisure level would come with a 62-foot swimming pool, tennis court, screening room, wine cellar, full spa and gaming room. Not to be outdone, the bedroom level sprawls across 15,000 square feet and includes a master suite with his and her baths, dressing rooms and closets.
The week’s second priciest listing is Jon Stryker’s $48 million penthouse co-op in the Prasada at 50 Central Park West. The 5,600-square-foot pad, which also boasts around 2,500 square feet of outdoor space, features four to five bedrooms, six baths, two fireplaces, high ceilings and hardwood flooring. Brown Harris Stevens’ John Burger shares the co-exclusive listing with the Corcoran Group’s Robby Browne.
The third priciest listing of the week, a $39 million Upper East Side townhouse dubbed Waterfall Mansion, is located at 170 East 80th Street. So named because of a waterfall and reflecting pool on the property, the home sprawls across 11,000 square feet and includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms and a sculpture garden. The seven levels include a lower-level spa and rooftop garden, as well as a 1,000-square-foot terrace off the master bedroom. Michelle Griffith and Chanel Korby of Trump International Realty have the listing.
The week’s cheapest listing is uptown at 128 West 138th Street, where several units have hit the market over the last two weeks. This one-room studio co-op unit, a fixer-upper in need of renovation, has an asking price of $115,000. Building amenities include elevators and a live-in super. Esra Realty has the listing – no broker is specified.
The second least expensive unit to hit the market this week is a pre-war two-room studio co-op at 804 180th Street in Hudson Heights, asking $160,000. The unit features a Beaux Arts ceiling, oak and tile flooring, a separate kitchenette, tall windows and high ceilings in the living room. Building amenities include laundry in-building, a bike room in the basement and a live-in super. Brown Harris Stevens’ Jennifer Breu has the listing.
The third cheapest unit of the week is just a stone’s throw from the Cloisters at 30 Bogardus Place in Fort George. This renovated, oversize two-and-a-half-room studio co-op has an ask of $225,000 and boasts park views. Perks include high ceilings, a separate dining area and dressing room and a windowed eat-in kitchen with granite countertops atop the main loft-like room, which can be converted to a one bedroom. The kitchen also has all-new stainless steel appliances, and there are three walk-in closets in the unit. Fumiyo Hayashi of Corcoran has the listing. – Julie Strickland