Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

Top listings include a $9.5M Fifth Avenue penthouse and an $8.4M Bond Street condo

The most expensive listing to come online this week is a co-op duplex penthouse located at 1150 Fifth Avenue between 97th and 98th streets, according to Fabienne Lecole at the Corcoran Group has the listing with an asking price of $9.5 million. The home has three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, as well as double-height ceilings, terrace space and radiant heat flooring.

Corcoran also has the week’s next priciest listing: a three-bedroom, three-bathroom co-op located at 765 Park Avenue at 72nd Street. Sharon Baum and David Enloe have the listing with an asking price of $8.5 million. The unit has herringbone floors and fireplaces in the library and living room, according to the listing.

At $8.4 million, the third most expensive listing this week is at 40 Bond Street in Noho. Dennis Mangone and Kirk Rundhaug of Prudential Douglas Elliman have the listing for the 2,637-square-foot home, which has three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms.

The least expensive home to hit the Manhattan market this week is a co-op unit located at 15 Fort Washington Avenue in Washington Heights. The asking price for the gut-renovated, one-bedroom, one-bathroom, 693-square-foot apartment is $199,000. It’s listed with Karen Shenker at the Corcoran Group. The unit features stainless steel appliances in the kitchen and new oak floors.

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This $199,000 asking price ties with a listing that Adrian Thompkins and Shebrelle Hunter-Green at Halstead Property have at 100 Hamilton Place in Hamilton Heights. The home has one bedroom and one bathroom and, according to the listing, also has high ceilings.

Thompkins and Hunter-Green at Halstead also have the week’s second least expensive listing, which is located in the very same building at 100 Hamilton Place. This three-bedroom, one-bathroom, co-op unit has an asking price of $275,000. Special features include crown moldings and a fireplace in the living room.

This listing also ties with a Town Residential listing for a studio co-op at 1435 Lexington Avenue, near 94th Street on the Upper East Side. Jill Camac has the listing, which says the home has 10-foot ceilings, hardwood floors and arched windows.

Unlike the other listings, the next least expensive listing stands alone this week. Charlie Lewis and Alicia Corpening at Warburg have a listing for a studio condo unit at 42 West 120th Street in Harlem with an asking price of $280,000. The home measures 460 square feet and has 10-foot ceilings, crown moulding, oak floors and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen. — Zachary Kussin