Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

Top listings include a $44M combo at 15 CPW and a $25M former East Village concert hall

The most expensive new listing to hit the market in Manhattan this week is a combination unit in the 15 Central Park West condominium building that’s asking $44 million, according to The five-bedroom, five and two half-bathroom 24th floor spread has 3,952 square feet with views of Central Park and the Hudson River. As previously reported, it is owned by Neil Witriol and is listed by Roberta Golubock of Sotheby’s International Realty.

The next priciest listing is the third floor of the loft condo building at 210 East Fifth Street in the East Village. The $25 million listing has four bedrooms and three and a half bathrooms among its 6,785 square feet. The apartment was converted from a concert hall and has 32-foot arched ceilings. Sotheby’s International Realty brokers Nikki Field and Mara Blum have the listing.

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The third costliest Manhattan home to come online is the $21 million duplex penthouse at 733 Park Avenue in Lenox Hill. The 4,250-square-foot listing has three bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms, and 1,250 square feet of terrace space. It’s listed by Barbara Fox and Brad Loe of Fox Residential Group.

The cheapest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a one-bedroom co-op unit at 259 Bennett Avenue in Washington Heights that’s asking $245,000. John Suarez of A.N. Shell Realty has the 675-square-foot listing.

The next two least expensive new listings are both asking $275,000. One is a studio unit in the co-op building at 310 East 49th Street in Turtle Bay that’s listed by Prudential Douglas Elliman brokers Polly Chang and Wesley Sackman; the other is a 500-square-foot studio in the co-op building at 505 East 82nd Street in Yorkville that’s listed by Jeffrey Dyksterhouse and Like Whitman of Elliman. — Adam Fusfeld