Priciest, cheapest listings to hit the Manhattan market this week

December 27, 2013 12:00PM

Leighton Candler and Debra LaChance of the Corcoran Group had the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $15 million condominium at 120 East 87th Street in Carnegie Hill. The 22nd floor home spreads across 3,765 square feet and includes four bedrooms, four baths and outdoor space. The apartment also boasts 12-foot ceilings, customized closets, and cherry hardwood floors, and building amenities include a health club, swimming pool, yoga studio, terrace garden and garage.

We head across the park for the week’s second-priciest listing: a seven-bedroom, 4,500-square-foot condominium at 2109 Broadway on the Upper West Side. Listed by Michel Madie of Michel Madie Real Estate Services, the home features white oak flooring, a round salon overlooking Verdi Park, a solarium and wraparound balcony.

Third on the pricey end this week is a three-bedroom, 4,200-square-foot condominium at 16 Jay Street in Tribeca. Opening from a steel door into an elevated foyer with a built-in cast-iron sculpture, the home’s study features hand-embroidered metal and silk wall panels, while the master bedroom boasts hand-embroidered drapes with an en suite bath and walk-in closet, and the living room faces an interior courtyard accessed via a cast-iron and mahogany staircase. The Filipacchi Foussard team at Brown Harris Stevens has the listing.

The cheapest listing to hit the market this week, a one-bedroom co-op at 510 West 123rd Street in Morningside Heights, has an asking price of $115,000. The home is on the market as an investment opportunity, and a rent-stabilized tenant is currently living there, the listing says. Edward Horner of Edward Horner Real Estate has the listing.

The second-cheapest listing of the week, also an investment property, is a three-bedroom co-op located at 509 West 122nd Street. Also listed by Horner, the property is 800 square feet, and building amenities include a bike room, elevator, laundry in the building and a live-in super.

Third cheapest of the week is a $265,000 studio co-op at 25 Tudor City Place in Murray Hill. The home boasts views of Tudor Park and Midtown, a new kitchenette with granite countertops and appliances such as a Sub-Zero refrigerator. The entry hall holds white cabinetry with large closets and oak floors, and building amenities include a bike room, doorman, elevator, garage parking, laundry in building and a live-in super. Steve Corcoran and Sherrie Morgan of Steve Corcoran Real Estate have the listing. — Julie Strickland