Steepest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan this week

Priciest: a full-floor 15-room apartment on Fifth Avenue. Cheapest: a $227,900 one-bedroom

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Oct.October 17, 2014 05:20 PM

Serena Boardman of Sotheby’s International Realty and Brown Harris Stevens’ John Burger have the priciest single-family residential listing resale to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $85 million full-floor apartment at the Sherry Netherland at 781 Fifth Avenue. The sprawling 15-room, full-floor unit on the building’s 18th floor comes with multiple dressing rooms, offices and a terrace that overlooks Central Park. The next resident will be able to use the Sherry Netherland hotel’s amenities, including room service. The current asking price is $10 million lower than what owner and Liberty Travel owner Gilbert Haroche initially asked for the unit.

Urban Compass’ Leonard Steinberg has the week’s second priciest listing with a $48 million Tribeca townhouse. This six-bedroom, seven-bathroom townhouse at 2 North Moore Street is more than 11,000 square feet. The home also includes 1,500 square feet of exterior space. The vestibule opens with a reclaimed wood door to an entry gallery that’s lit from skylights. The new residents will be able to park three cars in the garage that comes with the townhouse. A living room with a wood-burning fire place, a dining room, a media room and a landscaped courtyard are part of the property.

The third priciest listing this week is another Tribeca townhouse. This one, listed by the owner, is an 11,000-square-foot home for $43.5 million. The house at 3 Hubert Street has six bedrooms, five-and-a-half bathrooms and is connected to a luxury condo tower. The entire home has an entertainment and cellphone-signal-boosting system. The property includes a 2,500-square-foot roof deck and a 1,000-square-foot backyard patio with enough space for ten people to dine. The hot tub and spa fit eight.

The week’s cheapest listing was a $227,900 one-bedroom unit at 870 West 181st Street. The six-story co-op building in Hudson Heights is a Fannie Mae HomePath property. The three-room apartment has a renovated kitchen and view of the building’s interior courtyard. The listing promises that the unit gets good light. Manhattan Network Inc.’s Kenneth Laino has the listing.

American Colonial Corp.’s Neal Dalessio has the week’s second cheapest listing with a 500-square-foot studio at 301 East 63rd Street for $230,000. The building includes a live-in superintendent, central laundry, common storage and a bike room. Residents can use the property’s roof deck. Pets are allowed in this Lenox Hill co-op.

The week’s third cheapest listing can be found at 90 Lasalle Street. The Morningside Heights Housing Corporation’s Carina Caba and Frank Aguilar have the listing of this 500-square-foot studio for $240,000. The listing describes the unit as a sunny studio apartment with a separate eat-in kitchen, four closets and a large living space. The building is located very close to the Columbia University Campus. The building includes a fitness center, a playground and a day care center. — Claire Moses 


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