Steepest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan this week

On the high end: Eight-bedroom condo. On the low end: a Hudson Heights studio

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Nov.November 07, 2014 05:40 PM

Douglas Elliman’s Andrew Azoulay had the week’s priciest listing with a $42 million penthouse at 1965 Broadway. The 8,100-square-foot unit includes eight bedrooms and nine bathrooms. The penthouse is located on top of one of Lincoln Center’s modern condominium buildings. The three-story penthouse has a total of 16 rooms and pricing comes down to $5,185 per square foot. The unit also includes a 2,000-square-foot private exterior space. There are two kitchens as well as a powder room.

The second priciest listing of the week was a duplex penthouse at 3 East 95th Street for $34.9 million. Corcoran’s Carrie Chiang had the listing. Cardboard box mogul Dennis Mehiel is bringing this 17-room duplex to market again, after it languished unsold back in 2008. The unit includes a living room with 20-feet ceilings and historic details. The residence offers roughly 10,350 square feet of living space, including a grand salon, a dining room and a library. 

The week’s cheapest listing was a studio at 900 West 190th Street for $205,000. Brown Harris Stevens’ Caroline Brown had the Hudson Heights listing. The 2.5-room co-op is located in a doorman building that includes an attached garage, a bicycle room and a community room with a children’s play area.

Halstead Property’s Deborah Sokoloski had the week’s second cheapest listing with a $219,000 studio at 519 East 81st Street. This Yorkville co-op has southern exposure and is well-lit, according to the listing. The unit’s living room includes a decorative fireplace and a lofted bed area. It’s a cash deal.

Town Residential’s Tushar Vora had the week’s third priciest listing with a $220,000 one bedroom apartment at 301 East 63rd Street. The unit includes hardwood floors, a fairly large living room and a windowed bathroom as well as a walk-in closet. — Claire Moses


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