Steepest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan this week

On the high end: a $40 million penthouse. On the low end: $199,000 for a studio

October 24, 2014 04:50PM

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Scott Harris and Sophie Ravet from Brown Harris Stevens had the week’s priciest listing with a $40 million penthouse at the Richard Meier-designed 165 Charles Street. The asking price of British art magazine publisher Louise Blouin’s unit was raised by $5 million. Pricing at the 4,551-square-foot penthouse is now $8,789 per square foot. The listing describes the four-bedroom, four-bathroom duplex as a “perfect amalgam of minimalist design and grandiose scale, offering extraordinary light and space.” 

Toll Brothers’ Heather Wyse had the week’s second priciest listing with a $25.8 Million Park Avenue unit. This six-bedroom apartment at 1110 Park Avenue has four bedrooms and four-and-a-half bathrooms in this nine-story building, which will have individual residences.

Douglas Elliman’s Bruce Ehrmann, Reid Price and Christopher Morales had the week third priciest listing with a $24.5 million penthouse at 71 Laight Street. The listing combines two penthouses at the Sterling Mason that will total more than 6,609 square feet and more than a thousand square feet of outdoor space. Occupancy at the apartment is expected in the first quarter of 2015.

Daren Debel from Keller Williams NYC had the week’s cheapest listing with a $199,000 studio at 301 East 63rd Street. This Upper East Side unit, located at 63rd Street and Second Avenue, is an alcove studio with a patio in the back, hardwood floors and an updated kitchen.

The second cheapest listing of the week could be found at 720 Fort Washington Avenue. The $249,000 studio on the third floor of this building has deep closets, art deco details and nine-foot ceilings, according to the listing. Halstead Property’s Francisco Menendez has the listing. The building is located close to the Fort Tyron Park.

Douglas Elliman’s Steen Rasmussen, Gregory Butt and Jeanie Danis had the week’s third cheapest listing with a $265,000 studio at 512 83rd Street. This Yorkville unit has views over a tree-lined street, and pets are allowed in the five-story building. — Claire Moses  

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