Priciest, cheapest listings to hit the Manhattan market this week

December 06, 2013 12:00PM

Joshua Arcus and Peggy Dahan of the Siderow Organization had the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $14.25 million full-floor penthouse condominium in the Touraine, located at nearby 132 East 65th Street. Previously owned by disgraced Tyco International CEO Dennis Kozlowski and now in the hands of his ex-wife, the home was designed by Lucien Lagrange and featuring interiors by designer Stephen Alton. The property includes a windowed formal dining room, two terraces, a kitchen with custom millwork cabinetry, Italian Calacatta marble countertops, Gaggenau appliances and a SubZero refrigerator and wine cooler. The three powder rooms are also outfitted with Italian marble, along with custom vanities. Joshua Arcus and Peggy Dahan of the Siderow Organization have the listing.

Second-priciest this week is a $12.25 million five-bedroom condominium at Chez 66, also in Lenox Hill. Located in 21 East 66th Street, a building constructed in 1921 and converted in 1989, the 3,668-square-foot home boasts a newly-renovated kitchen and breakfast room, spacious living and dining areas, a brand new powder room and laundry closet. The bedrooms, located away from the living and entertaining areas in the west wing of the house, include a master with an en-suite bath, walk-in closet and views of Central Park. Greogry Postyn and John Antrim-Cashin of Walter & Samuels have the listing.

A $9.5 million Lincoln Square co-op at 12 West 72nd Street rounds out the week’s priciest three listings. Listed by Stribling & Associates’ Mercedes Menocal-Gregoire, this three-bedroom home features a loft-like living room and dining area, two bedrooms with ensuite baths and a 380-square-foot terrace and a master with an ensuite bath and dressing room.

The cheapest Manhattan listing to hit the market this week is a snug steal at only $90,000 and 300 square feet. Located at 529 West 152nd Street in Hamilton Heights, the renovated third-floor co-op unit features high ceilings, a marble bath and walk-in closet. Aleksandra Marquez of Absolute Properties has the listing.

A $150,000 restricted-sale one-bedroom co-op at 8 West 119th Street in Central Harlem is the week’s second-cheapest listing. The listing for this fixer-upper is scant on detail, but it is available for a cash deal only and HDFC maximum restrictions apply. Karen Cantor of Bohemia Realty Group has the listing.

Third-cheapest this week is a $275,000 two-room, pre-war studio co-op at 211 East 35th Street in Murray Hill. The 440-square-foot unit looks out onto a garden and includes a windowed eat-in kitchen, oak floors and a windowed bath. Building amenities include access to two gardens and central laundry. Douglas Elliman’s Millicent Kaye has the listing. — Julie Strickland