Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market
The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a 5,842-square-foot condominium unit at 173 Perry Street, according to Streeteasy.com. The five-bedroom, four-bath apartment has a listing price of $25 million and is being marketed by Halstead Property’s Rosa Murphy and Suzun Bennet.
The second and third most expensive homes to come online this week have the same $21 million asking price.
One is at 770 Park Avenue. The three-bedroom, four-bath condo unit has an asking price of $21 million and is being listed by Sotheby’s International Realty’s Serena Boardman.
The other is a five-bedroom, six-bath condo at 1 Central Park West. The asking price for the 5,541-square-foot Lincoln Square home is listed by Warburg Realty’s Andrea Daniels.
The cheapest Manhattan unit to become available this week is a studio co-op at 457 West 57th Street, according to Streeteasy.com. The Midtown home has a $229,000 asking price and Prudential Elliman’s Faith Einhorn has the listing.
The second least expensive home is a studio at 235 West102nd Street with an asking price of $259,000. The Upper West Side co-op unit is a 24-hour doorman building and is being listed by Eva Graczyk of Margaret Bassett Real Estate.
The third cheapest home to hit the market this week is at 5 Tudor City Place in Murray Hill. The one-bathroom studio is being marketed by Arlene Wiesenberg of Tudor Realty Services, with an asking price of $262,000.