Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market
A condo inside the new Brodsky Organization building on East 79th Street is this week's most expensive listing
The priciest unit to hit the Manhattan market this week is a condominium home at the Brodsky Organization’s 135 East 79th Street, according to Streeteasy.com. The apartment, which has a $10.5 million asking price, measures 3,287 square feet and has four bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms. Design features include solid white oak flooring and slab stone bathrooms. Corcoran Sunshine Marketing Group has the listing.
Jason Walker at Douglas Elliman has the week’s second most expensive listing, a condo penthouse located at 505 Greenwich Street near Spring Street. The asking price for the 2,534-square foot home is $6.2 million. The home has three bedrooms, three bathrooms, 12-foot Ceilings And Private Terrace space.
The next priciest listing this week is for a Lincoln Square co-op located at 10 West 66th Street, which has a $2.5 million ask. Sandra Balan at the Corcoran Group has the listing for the 1,700-square-foot, two-bedroom home. Situated on the 31st floor, the home also has two bathrooms, a windowed eat-in kitchen and hard wood flooring throughout.
Kevin Cooper and Blair Robinson at Citi Habitats have the week’s least expensive home, which is located at 130 Lenox Avenue in Central Harlem. The asking price for the two-bedroom, one-bathroom property comes in at $305,000. The home has an alcove kitchen, according to the listing.
Head down to the Upper East Side, where the next cheapest listing has a $349,000 asking price. The renovated one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op home is located at 317 East 73rd Street and features marble counter tops and new hardwood flooring, to name a couple of amenities. Dan Bamberger at Citi Habitats has the listing.
Up in Hudson Heights, Simone Song at Simone Song Properties has the third least expensive listing. Located at 160 Cabrini Boulevard nearWest 181st Street, this one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op home has a $389,000 asking price. The home has herringbone hardwood floors and an upgraded kitchen, the listing says. —Zachary Kussin
CORRECTION: Streeteasy pegged the cheapest listing to Earply LLC — however, Kevin Cooper told The Real Deal that he, along with a partner, have the listing with Citi Habitats.