The Corcoran Group’s Carrie Chiang had the priciest single-family residential listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $19.8 million condominium at 816 Fifth Avenue in Lenox Hill. The full-service condominium masionette, which has been fully renovated and boasts views of Central Park, has four bedrooms, four baths and a chef’s eat-in kitchen. The ground floor level is accessed by a staircase which opens to a library and office area, while the master bedroom suite has a ensuite bathroom.
Second on the pricey end this week is an $11 million condominium at 101 West 87th Street on the Upper West Side. The unit is outfitted with wide plank European oak flooring throughout, and has four to five bedrooms with five full baths. A custom-crafted Florense kitchen boasts white oak and white lacquer cabinetry, while the master bedroom has a set of French doors leading onto the terrace and a master bath with Calacatta marble walls and flooring. Corcoran’s Cathleen Carmody has the listing along with Liza Nematnejad of Douglas Elliman.
Third priciest this week is a $10 million condominium at 40 East 66th Street in Lenox Hill. The “triple-mint” seven-room, four-bedroom prewar home accessed by an elevator shared with only one other apartment. The interior, designed by Cetra Ruddy, includes a master bedroom with a five-fixture master bath, a cook’s eat-in kitchen, wood-burning limestone fireplaces and white oak herringbone patterned floors. Douglas Elliman’s Bruna Costa has the listing.
The least expensive unit to hit Manhattan this week is a $173,000 studio co-op at 70 Park Terrace East in Inwood. The “sun-drenched” home in an elevator building boasts open river views, brand new appliances and hardwood floors. Cole Thompson of New Heights Realty has the listing.
Second cheapest this week is a $180,000 two-room studio co-op in the Ivy League building at 675 Academy Street in Inwood. The listing is scant on detail, but building amenities include an elevator, garage parking, laundry in-building and a live-in super. Douglas Elliman’s Todd Stevens and John Keenan have the listing.
Third on the inexpensive end this week is a $199,000 studio co-op at 120 Bennett Avenue in Hudson Heights. The prewar unit is situated on a high floor and features an updated kitchen and bathroom with high-tech Japanese tile with non-slip, fast-dry features. The unit has also maintained Art Deco details such as curved walls and an arched entry way, as well as built-in bookshelves. Corcoran’s Fumiyo Hayashi has the listing. — Julie Strickland