Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

From left: 973 Fifth Avenue and 300 East 119th Street

The most expensive Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a six-story townhouse at 973 Fifth Avenue facing Central Park, according to The 13,775-square-foot home was designed by renowned architect Stanford White, complete with an Italian Renaissance palazzo-style interior and an elevator. Paula Del Nunzio of Brown Harris Stevens has the $49 million listing.

The next priciest listing is a 3,257-square-foot condominium at 515 Park Avenue in Lenox Hill asking $15 million. Stribling & Associates’ Jessica Vertullo-Maher, Yana Lysogorsky, Cindy Kurtin and Joanne Wenig are marketing the four-bedroom, three-bathroom unit.

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The third most expensive home is a 2,510-square-foot, two-bedroom condo at 721 Fifth Avenue in Midtown. Delvis Estrada, Antonio Del Rosario and Paula Schafer of Rutenberg Realty have the $14.5 million listing.

The cheapest Manhattan home to come online is a 528-square-foot one-bedroom co-op at 300 East 119th Street in East Harlem that’s asking $129,000. Rasheeda Wilson of Prudential Douglas Elliman has the listing.

The second least expensive home is also at 300 East 119th Street and listed by Wilson. The two-bedroom co-op is asking $130,000.

The third cheapest home is a studio in a co-op building at 127 West 133rd Street in Central Harlem. The unit is listed by Dwana Hughes of Halstead Property. — Adam Fusfeld