Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

alternate textFrom left: 101 Central Park West and 130 Bradhurst Avenue

The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is an 11th-floor seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom Upper West Side co-op at 101 Central Park West, according to The home is on the market for $24.3 million and is listed by Anne Snee of the Corcoran Group. The co-op has a view of the park and a wood-burning fireplace. Snee told The Real Deal that the no expense was spared during the approximately 3,200-square-foot unit’s renovation, making it “an incredible opportunity for someone who doesn’t care about financing.”

The second most expensive home to come online is an identical unit on the floor above at 101 Central Park West, which was in the middle of a gut renovation by the current owner — “a distinguished gentlemen,” listing agent MacRae Parker of Brown Harris Stevens told The Real Deal — who, midway through the process “decided he would live abroad.” This co-op unit has park views and a wood-burning fireplace, and is “a clean palette” for buyers, MacRae said. It’s on the market for $11 million.

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The third priciest home is a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom co-op at 84 Mercer Street in Soho. Siim Hanja and Confidence Stimpson of Stribling & Associates have the $10.25 million listing. 

The cheapest Manhattan unit to come online this week is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom cond-op at 130 Bradhurst Avenue in Harlem. The $217,000 unit is being marketed by Charlie Lewis and Robert Williams of Warburg Realty.

A studio at 457 West 57th Street in Midtown West is the second least expensive home to hit the market. Mark Weinstock of Kurland Realty has the $230,000 co-op unit.

The third least expensive home to become available this week is a one-bedroom co-op at 317 East 18th Street in the Gramercy Park area. The $239,000 unit is listed by Edward Poplawski and Kathleen Rupy of Prudential Douglas Elliman. TRD

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