Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market this week
Trump International Realty’s Michelle Griffith has the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week, according to StreetEasy. Listed for $40 million, this penthouse condominium is located inside Trump Park Avenue at 502 Park Avenue. The unit has 7,132 square feet, eight full bathrooms and seven bedrooms. Amenities include custom moldings, marbled bathrooms and three walk-in closets inside the master suite.
Griffith also has the second priciest listing this week, which is for another penthouse condo at Trump Park Avenue. This home measures 6,192 square feet and is listed for $35 million. There are five bedrooms and 7.5 bathrooms inside. In addition, the home has floor-to-ceiling windows and private elevator access.
Things come in threes: The next priciest listing this week is for another penthouse condo — this one at 155 Franklin Street in Tribeca that belongs to “Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson. A potential combination would yield a duplex home with 6,100 square feet, five bedrooms, five bathrooms, 4,000 square feet of outdoor space, plus a two-bedroom guest apartment with its own entrance. Lara Nangle of the Corcoran Group has the listing with a $21.5 million ask.
Head up to Central Harlem, where Corcoran’s Sandra Balan has the cheapest listing this week. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op is located at 16-18 West 119th Street. The home comes with hardwood flooring, nearly 10-foot-high ceilings and a walk-in closet. The home is listed for $175,000.
The next cheapest listing is located father uptown in Washington Heights — 536 West 163rd Street. Here, Glenn Encababian of Exclusive Properties Sotheby’s International Realty has the listing for the three-bedroom home, which has a $195,000 ask.
Corcoran’s Paul Chapru has the next cheapest listing, which is located at 330 Haven Avenue in Hudson Heights. The listing price for the 475-square-foot studio co-op is $205,000. The home comes with newly refinished parquet wood flooring, according to the listing, and a renovated bathroom. —Zachary Kussin