Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market
Sotheby’s International Realty’s Stephen McRae had the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with a $17.5 million condominium penthouse in Tribeca, according to StreetEasy. The three-bedroom, 13-room property at 60 Warren Street sprawls over 7,580 square feet on four floors, with an additional 626 square feet on two terraces and a private roof garden. The condo also features a master suite with a fireplace and marble bathroom, a stainless steel and glass staircase, dumbwaiter and private elevator connecting the four floors.
The week’s next priciest listing, on the Upper East Side at 510 Park Avenue, is a sponsor unit co-op asking $14.95 million. The five-bedroom, five-bathroom home is located in a prewar, white glove building designed by F.H. Dewey and Company in 1925. A private elevator opens into the apartment landing, with a wood-burning fireplace, oversized library and formal dining room rounding out the space. Dolly Lenz has the listing with her new brokerage, Dolly Lenz Real Estate.
The third priciest listing of this week is a $12 million townhouse at 14 Saint Luke’s Place in the West Village. The 6,933-square-foot home, listed by Keith Copley and Christopher Au at Sotheby’s, requires a gut renovation and comes with fully approved, highly detailed plans by architect Steven Harris. The renovations, already approved by the Landmarks Preservation Commission, call for a detailed façade with “grand interiors and sensational sunlight.” Work can begin immediately upon closing.
The least expensive property to hit the Manhattan market this week is a $127,000 restricted sale, two-room studio co-op at 327 Edgecomb Avenue in Hamilton Heights. The unit, listed at New Star Realty by an unspecified broker, features hardwood floors, high ceilings and a dishwasher.
The second cheapest property this week, at 320 East 42nd Street in Murray Hill, a two-room studio co-op listed by Gary Martin and Jesse Shafer at the Corcoran Group, has an asking price of $255,000. The prewar unit features hardwood oak flooring and beamed ceilings, and amenities in the full-service building include a bike room, doorman, elevator, gym, laundry in-building and a live-in super.
The week’s third cheapest listing is just one block away at 321 East 43rd Street, and has an ask of $275,000: a studio co-op in Turtle Bay listed by Thomas DiDomenico at Corcoran. The unit boasts a modern kitchen with white shaker-style cabinets, granite countertops and backsplash. Building amenities include a doorman, elevator and live-in super.