Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market
From left: 116 East 70th Street and 327 Pleasant Avenue
The priciest listing of the week is a $26 million townhouse at 116 East 70th Street, according to Streeteasy.com. The five-bedroom, four-and-a-half-bathroom home includes an elevator, two terraces and a private garden. The listing is being marketed by Louise Belt of Sotheby’s International Realty.
The second most expensive home to hit the market this week is a $19 million townhouse at 162 East 92nd Street. The 10,200-square-foot home is being marketed by Roger Erickson, also of Sotheby’s.
An $18.95 million condo at 100 West 58th Street is the third priciest listing to come online. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Efraim Tessler, Raphael De Niro, Erica Glasser Losen and Dona Monteleone have the 3,414-square-foot listing.
A 475-square-foot Harlem co-op at 327 Pleasant Avenue is the least expensive unit to hit the market. The $134,000, one-bedroom, one-bathroom unit is being markted by Brian Goldfarb and Craig DiPaola of Citi Habitats.
A three-bedroom, one-bathroom Hamilton Heights co-op is the second least expensive unit to hit the market. Century 21 NY Metro agent Tasha Trice has the $160,000 listing at 454 West 152nd Street.
A $239,000 studio at 505 East 82nd Street is the third cheapest unit to come online. Elliman’s Jeffrey Dyksterhouse has the 500-square-foot listing. TRD