Priciest, cheapest units hit the market

An eight-bedroom UWS spread and Sarah Jessica Parker's townhouse are among this week's most expensive listings

The priciest home at Heritage at Trump Place and the cheapest at 474 West 158th Street
The priciest home at Heritage at Trump Place and the cheapest at 474 West 158th Street

The priciest Manhattan listing to hit the market this week is an eight-bedroom, 15-bathroom spread at the Heritage at Trump Place, which is asking $75 million. The 14,547-square-foot residence at 240 Riverside Boulevard was commissioned by an international VIP on assignment in the U.S., according to the listing, held exclusively by Michael Gavin of Trump Sales & Leasing.

The second most expensive single-family residence to come online is a 5,000-square-foot Charles Gwathmey-designed penthouse at the Park Laurel, asking $26.5 million. As The Real Deal previously reported, the unit is owned by Goldman Sachs executive J. Michael Evans and has five-bedrooms, five bathrooms and five half bathrooms. Another two-bedroom apartment owned by Evans on the 14th floor can be included in the deal for a combined price of $29.25 million. The apartment, at 5 West 63rd Street, is listed with Sabrina Saltiel of Prudential Douglas Elliman.

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The third priciest listing this week is a 25-foot-wide townhouse in Greenwich Village owned by “Sex and the City” actress Sarah Jessica Parker and her husband, Matthew Broderick. As previously reported, the Greek Revival-style property at 20 East 10th Street features five bedrooms and 12-foot ceilings. It is asking $25 million and is listed by Stephen McRae and Debbie Korb of Sotheby’s International Realty.

The cheapest Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a two-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op unit at 474 West 158th Street in Washington Heights. It is listed by Douglas Booth of Halstead Property for $209,000.

The second and third least expensive properties are both in the same building at 448 St. Nicholas Avenue in Central Harlem, facing St. Nicholas Park. The income-restricted residences are listed by Brian Byfield and are both asking $220,000. Both units have two bedrooms. – Katherine Clarke