Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

A sprawling pad at 15 CPW for $36M, and what $160K will buy in Manhattan

The most expensive single-family home to hit the Manhattan market this week is a $36 million condominium unit located inside 15 Central Park West, according to As The Real Deal reported this week, Kyle Blackmon of Brown Harris Stevens (who actually lives in the building) has the listing for the 4,584-square-foot apartment, which is one of the largest non-penthouse units in the building. The home has four bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms inside.

Lisa Simonsen and Laura Mondrick of Prudential Douglas Elliman, as well as William Rainero, head of Metropolitan Realty & Development Group, have the week’s second most expensive listing, which is for a single-family townhouse at 80 Washington Place located between MacDougal Street and Sixth Avenue. As The Real Deal reported this week, this $31.5 million listing is the most expensive single-family townhouse that’s currently on the market in the Greenwich Village. In fact, it was once home to John Philip Sousa, of military march and sousaphone fame. The townhouse measures 8,700 square feet and 22.5 feet in width, and also has a Zen garden, billiard room and wine cellar.

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The third priciest listing this week is another Greenwich Village townhouse that’s up for single-family conversion. Chris Havens at Creative Real Estate Group has the listing for the $17 million, five-story, 25-foot-wide property, which is located at 70 Bank Street. According to its listing, the building is landmarked and has over 7,000 square feet of existing habitable space.

Miguel Ceara of Rutenberg Realty has the week’s two least expensive listings — and they are both in the same building, at 25 Indian Road in Inwood. The least expensive a $160,000, one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op that measures 750 square feet. The second cheapest is a $199,000, two-bedroom, two-bathroom home, which is also a co-op. The square footage of the second unit was not listed.

The third least expensive home to hit the Manhattan market is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom, 750-square-foot co-op apartment located at 143 Bennett Avenue in Fort George. Simone Song of Simone Song Properties has the listing with an asking price of $225,000. – Zachary Kussin