Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

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From left: 109 Waverly Place and 16-18 West 119th Street (photo source: PropertyShark)

The priciest Manhattan listing to hit the market this week is an $18.9 million townhouse at 109 Waverly Place in Greenwich Village. The 7,017-square-foot home includes a cellar, elevator and a built-in security system. George van der Ploeg and Eileen Foy of Prudential Douglas Elliman have the seven-bedroom, six-bathroom listing.

The second most expensive listing to come online is a $17.5 million co-op at 151 Central Park West. Howard Margolis and Jeff Adler of Elliman are marketing the 3,200-square-foot unit.

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The third priciest home to hit the market is a five-bedroom, five-bathroom co-op at 435 East 52nd Street. Nikki Field and Patricia Wheatley of Sotheby’s International Realty have the $11 million listing.

The least expensive unit to come online this week is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 16-18 119th Street. The $105,000 listing is being marketed by Sandra Balan of the Corcoran Group.

The second cheapest unit to hit the market is a $160,000 co-op at 50 West 112th Street. LaVera Smith of Perry Associates is marketing the one-bedroom, one-bathroom Harlem apartment.

A $165,000 co-op at 15 Fort Washington Avenue is the third cheapest unit to come online. Anthony Martinez of Veritas Property Management has the 650-square-foot listing. TRD