River2River Realty’s Dan Neiditch has the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $25 million condominium at the Atelier at 635 West 42nd Street in Midtown West. The 6,000-square-foot property boasts white oak flooring, granite kitchen countertops and marble bathrooms, and building amenities include a 24-hour concierge and valet service. Also on offer is access to a tennis court, golf driving range, lap swimming pool, sauna, multimedia lounge and billiards room and laundry and dry cleaning on-site.
The second priciest listing of the week is located a bit uptown at 80 Columbus Circle, where a sky-high unit in the Time Warner Center is back on the market for a reduced price of $23.5 million. Completely renovated, this 3,168-square-foot, three-bedroom pad features ebonized oak flooring, high ceilings and an oversized entry gallery. The new owners will also have access to all of the Mandarin Oriental’s amenities, including a 24-hour concierge, valet and doorman, private elevators, a 40,000-square-foot fitness facility with an enclosed swimming pool and the Mandarin Spa. The Jacky Teplitzky team at Douglas Elliman has the listing.
Third this week on the pricey end is a $16.9 million co-op at the Prasada in Lincoln Square. The 50 Central Park West home, commissioned by the King of Spain, designed by Charles Romeyn and Henry Wynne and built by Franklin and Samuel Haines, was completed in 1907. Spread over two floors, the lush pad features a double living room, formal dining room, a vented kitchen stove with a grill, two dishwashers, and a Subzero refrigerator. The master suite includes a library, two bathrooms, two dressing rooms, a powder room and a wet bar. Lisa Lippman and Penny Toepfer of Brown Harris Stevens have the listing.
The least expensive listing to hit the market this week is priced at $135,000 and located at 546 West 156th Street in Washington Heights. This one-bedroom, renovated co-op includes a windowed kitchen, new appliances, maple wood cabinets, and a bathroom with new ceramic tiles and a vanity. Crystal Vedder and Francine Canion of the Canion Investment Group have the listing.
Second-cheapest this week is a prewar one-bedroom co-op at 128 West 138th Street, listed for $169,000. This Central Harlem pad features a full-windowed kitchen with granite counters, a bedroom with a ceiling fan, a windowed bathroom, hardwood oak floors, four closets and a prewar chandelier in the living room. Building amenities include a new elevator, video intercom system, live-in super and property manager. Karen Shenker of the Corcoran Group has the listing.
The week’s third least expensive property to hit the market comes in at $209,900. A one-bedroom co-op at 224 East 95th Street in Yorkville, the listing is scant on detail but points to building amenities such as a common laundry room and full-time, live-in super. Richard Dinerman of Peerless Properties has the listing. – Julie Strickland