Priciest, cheapest listings to hit Manhattan market this week
Über broker Dolly Lenz, at the helm of the newly-minted Dolly Lenz Real Estate, had the priciest listing to hit the Manhattan market this week with an $80 million condominium in The Plaza Residences at 1 Central Park South. This four-bedroom, four-and-a-half bath property boasts permanently unobstructed Central Park Views, a terrace overlooking the park, and comes with access to the full complement of hotel services including maid, valet and Todd English room service.
The next-priciest listing to hit the market this week is Downtown at 10 West Street in Battery Park City. This five-bedroom penthouse in the Ritz Carlton Residences has an asking price of $56.5 million and sprawls across 7,500 square feet. The home, composed of twelve rooms across two floors, features a media room, kitchen, dining room, family room, access to the hotel’s full-service spa and amenities. Julie Kang, Matthew Gros-Werter and Steven Forkosh of Platinum Realty Group have the listing.
Third on the pricey end this week is a $50 million condo in the Time Warner Center at 25 Columbus Circle. This four-bedroom property, spread across 3,582 square feet, boasts a double living room, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen with park and city views and a spiral staircase leading up to the double master bedroom suite. The buyer will also have access to an in-house garage with valet and the amenities at Club 51. Elizabeth Sample and Brenda Powers of Sotheby’s International Realty have the listing.
The two least expensive listings to hit the Manhattan market this week are both located in Central Harlem. The biggest bargain is a $90,000 two-bedroom restricted sale co-op at 214 Bradhurst Avenue, a fixer-upper near Jackie Robinson Park that is seeking a cash-only buyer. Tj Linen of Esra Realty has the listing.
The second least expensive of the week is at nearby 100 West 141st Street, a prewar, renovated two-bedroom restricted sale co-op asking $189,000. The home, which must be used as the buyer’s primary residence, boasts hardwood oak floors, high doors with window vents, oversize windows and generous closet space and high ceilings. Karen Shenker of the Corcoran Group has the listing.
Third least expensive of the week is a tiny 400-square-foot studio co-op at 340 East 83rd Street in Yorkville. The listing, with Carla Kupiec of Citi Habitats, lists no further details. – Julie Strickland