Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market
Least expensive listings situated in pricey Manhattan neighborhoods
The priciest single-family home to hit the Manhattan market this week is a townhouse property located at 1211 Park Avenue at 95th Street. As The Real Deal reported yesterday, the 5,200-square-foot limestone home belongs to Sagi Genger, the son of one of former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon’s closest aides, Arie Genger. The Corcoran Group’s Beth Benalloul has the listing for the home, which has a $14.7 million ask. There are five bedrooms with the potential for a sixth, six bathrooms, hardwood strip flooring and three separate outdoor areas.
The week’s next priciest listing is located down on 166 Perry Street between Washington Street and the West Side Highway. The 2,526-square-foot condominium unit has an asking price of $3.995 million and is listed by James Fierro, Jr. of Miron Properties. The one-bedroom, 2.5-bathroom home has 12-foot ceilings, hardwood flooring and custom closets.
Ryan Serhant and Nick Jabbour of Nest Seekers have the third-priciest listing — a four-bedroom, four-bathroom co-op unit at 61 West 62nd Street between Columbus Avenue and Broadway. The asking price for the property is $3.95 million. According to the listing, three apartments were combined to create this home, which has two balconies and a soundproof media room.
The week’s least expensive listing is a Yorkville co-op studio unit that has a $245,000 asking price. Located at 220 East 87th Street between Second and Third avenues, the unit has 10-foot ceilings and is located on the fifth floor of an elevator building. Brant Rosenberg at Citi Habitats has the listing.
Head over to the Upper West Side, where Svetlana Choi of Bellmarc has the next cheapest listing. This home, a 270-square-foot studio co-op, has an asking price of $269,000 and is located at 66 West 84th Street near Columbus Avenue. The move-in-ready home has hardwood flooring, according to the listing.
Kevin Brown of Sotheby’s International has the week’s next least expensive listing, which is located at 18 West 70th Street between Columbus Avenue and Central Park West. The studio co-op has Central Park views, hardwood floors and an updated bathroom. The asking price ticks in at $275,000. —Zachary Kussin