Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

This week’s offerings include a Sherry Netherland co-op and a Park Laurel penthouse

From left: 781 Fifth Avenue and 530 Manhattan Avenue
From left: 781 Fifth Avenue and 530 Manhattan Avenue

Dolly Lenz at Prudential Douglas Elliman and Kathy Sloane of Brown Harris Stevens have the week’s most expensive listing to hit the Manhattan market, according to Located inside the Sherry Netherland at 781 Fifth Avenue, the seven-bedroom, eight-bathroom, full-floor co-op home has an asking price of $95 million. Five of the home’s rooms, as well as its west-facing terrace, offer Central Park views. The apartment totals 7,000 square feet, and there is an additional 2,000 square feet of terraces. As previously reported before the spread officially hit the market, the home is owned by Gilbert Haroche, the founder of Liberty Travel.

Located across town — and listed for nearly $66 million less — the next priciest listing this week is a penthouse combination unit at the Park Laurel, situated at 15 West 63rd Street. Sabrina Saltiel at Elliman has the listing for an asking price of $29.25 million. The 6,490-square-foot home has seven bedrooms and eight bathrooms.

Roger Erickson at Sotheby’s International Realty has the third priciest listing — this one for a townhouse located at 41 West 74th Street  with an asking price of $20 million. The home measures 9,760 square feet and includes five bedrooms, five bathrooms and three half bathrooms. The townhouse features an elevator, a terrace with a hot tub and grill, a garden and a gym.

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The week’s least expensive listing to come online is a Central Harlem co-op unit listed for $179,000 at 530 Manhattan Avenue. Adina Greenberg and Nick Rafello at the Corcoran Group have the listing for the one-bedroom home, which the listing says has a new kitchen. Income restrictions apply.

Further uptown, on the border of Hamilton Heights and Washington Heights, is where you’ll find the next least expensive listing. Lorraine Iannello at Elliman is marketing the co-op home at 930 Saint Nicholas Avenue, which has two bedrooms and one bathroom, for $235,000.

A 250-square-foot co-op located at 5 Tudor City Place in Murray Hill is the next cheapest listing this week. Listed by Ronald Webster at Tudor Realty for $239,500, the house offers river views. — Zachary Kussin