Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market
September 03, 2010 01:30PM
From left: 88 Central Park West and 516 East 78th Street
The priciest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is an eight-bedroom co-op in the Brentmore, at 88 Central Park West in Lincoln Square, according to Streeteasy.com. As The Real Deal first reported, the 14-room, two-floor residence, on the market for $25 million, belongs to heiress Laurie Tisch, who is moving to the 834 Fifth Avenue co-op she bought last year for $29 million. The building, designed by architectural firm Schwartz and Gross, was completed in 1910 but recently underwent a restoration, and now has a library, den, wet bar, central air conditioning and a modern sound system. Cindy Kurtin and Jessica Vertullo of Stribling & Associates have the listing.
The second priciest home to come online is a five-story gut renovated townhouse at 14 East 95th Street in Carnegie Hill. The property, between Madison and Fifth avenues on Museum Mile, is listed for $18.5 million. Jed Garfield of Leslie Garfield & Co. is handling the sale.
The third priciest home is a $16.5 million five-story townhouse at 149 East 78th Street on the Upper East Side. The 10,000-square-foot unit is listed by Leslie Garfield’s Richard Pretsfelder.
The cheapest Manhattan unit to come online this week is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 516 East 78th Street on the Upper East Side. The $239,000 pre-war unit is being marketed by Doug Eichman of the Corcoran Group.
A one-bedroom, one bathroom unit at 45 Park Terrace West in Inwood is the second least expensive home to hit the market. Susanna Saarinen of Access Property Group has the $249,000 co-op listing.
The third least expensive home to become available this week is $269,000 co-op at 242 West 112th Street in Central Harlem. The unit is listed by Armen Meschian of Exit Realty Landmark. TRD
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