Battery Park Realty’s Jane Eng, Margaret Liu and Queenie Ma had the most expensive single-family residential listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $15 million penthouse condominium in the Riverhouse at 2 River Terrace in Battery Park City, according to StreetEasy. The four-bedroom home spans 4,000 square feet and sits atop a green building with views of the Hudson River, Statue of Liberty, World Trade Center and city skyline. High ceilings, a pool, gym, children’s playroom and an outdoor garden are also perks that come with the property, located in a doorman building.
The second-priciest listing to hit the market this week is an $11.95 million co-op at 965 Fifth Avenue on the Upper East Side. This three-bedroom boasts views of Central Park, a double living room and formal dining room with terrace, herringbone floors, a windowed eat-in kitchen and a master bedroom with its own terrace. The full-service building also has a fitness center and a bicycle room. Rebecca Steindecker of Douglas Elliman has the listing.
Third on the pricey end this week is an $11.75 million condo at 15 Union Square in the Flatiron District. Listed by Jen Wening and Gary Lacy of Brown Harris Stevens, the three-bedroom, 2,806-square-foot residence boasts a lofted living and dining area, floor-to-ceiling windows and a staircase leading to a large gallery and bedrooms. A private 483-square-foot terrace and 17-foot wide spa bathroom off the master bedroom, as well as a remote-control gas fireplace, are also perks of the pad.
A $124,900 studio co-op at 60 Cooper Street in Inwood is the cheapest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week. The listing offers limited detail on the unit itself, but building amenities include a bike room, elevator, laundry, live-in super and package room. Richard Dinerman of Peerless Properties has the listing.
A one-bedroom co-op at 70 Park Terrace East, also in Inwood, is the week’s second-cheapest listing. The asking price is $249,500 for the 750-square-foot space, which features refinished floors, a fresh coat of paint, plentiful light and open views. Building amenities include an elevator, wait-listed garage, TV security, laundry room and a live-in super. Robert Kleinbardt of New Heights Realty has the listing.
Last but not least on the inexpensive end this week is a 375-square-foot studio co-op on the Upper East Side. Located at 236 East 78th Street, the prewar, 6th-floor walk-up has a $269,000 price tag and features a separate kitchen and windowed bathroom. Guido Pompilj of Vivaldi Real Estate has the listing. – Julie Strickland