Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

 Trump Tower apartment 48CD, 49C (left) and 235 West 71st Street PH

The two most expensive apartments to hit the market this week in
Manhattan are two condos both listed for
$15 million, according to The first is a seven-bedroom, six-bath penthouse at 235
West 71st Street, listed by Brown Harris Stevens. The second $15
million apartment is at Trump Tower, at 721 Fifth Avenue. The combined
units 48CD and 49C make up a four-bedroom, four-bath apartment, listed
with Sotheby’s International Realty. The third priciest unit is a
three-bedroom, three-bath condo at 100 Central Park South, listed with
Stribling & Associates for $14.8 million.

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Meanwhile, the least expensive unit listed in Manhattan on this week, is a $250,000 studio at 320 East 42nd
Street listed by the Corcoran Group. The second cheapest apartment is a
studio co-op unit at 444 East 87th Street, listed with the Corcoran Group
for $259,000. And the third cheapest apartment is a two-bedroom,
one-bath co-op unit at 930 St. Nicholas Avenue in Washington Heights.
Apartment 31 is listed for $260,000 with Century 21 NY Metro. TRD