Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market

The Real DealAugust 10, 2012
A combination condominium unit at 15 Central Park West, as well as a 50 Central Park South penthouse, both with whopping $95 million asking prices, tie for the priciest, single-family Manhattan listing to come online this week, according to Streeteasy.com. Emily Beare at Core Group has the listing for the five-bedroom, five-bathroom and two half-bathroom condominium at 15 Central Park West, which is a post-construction combination. Square footage was not listed. The home, which is located on the 35th floor of the building, has unobstructed views of Central Park, downtown Manhattan, and the Hudson River, according to the listing. Nearby at 50 Central Park West, Dianne Weston at Halstead Property has the listing for the two-floor condo penthouse. Square footage for the home is also not listed. The apartment has three bedrooms, 3.5 bathrooms and a 60-foot terrace, according to the listing.

Nancy Candib and Dominic Pailillo of Brown Harris Stevens have the week’s next priciest listing: a $21.5 million duplex co-op at 990 Fifth Avenue. The home has four bedrooms and 4.5 bathrooms. Other features include Juliet balcony space, a library, hardwood floors throughout and Central Park views.

A $20 million asking price takes place for the next most expensive listing this week. Asher Alcobi at Peter Ashe has a listing for a townhouse with potential for single-family conversion at 184 East 64th Street. The home is 25 feet wide and was formerly a carriage house. Features include eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, five half bathrooms and a private roof deck.

Norma Maupins at Fenwick Keats has the listing for the week’s least expensive listing, which is for a co-op at 1919 Madison Avenue in Central Harlem with a $170,000 price tag. Located on the corner of East 124th Street, the home has one bedroom, one bathroom and a patio. Income restrictions apply. Square footage is not listed.

Farther uptown in Fort George, the next cheapest listing this week has an asking price of $195,000. The Corcoran Group’s Karen Shenker has the listing for the one-bedroom co-op unit located at 550 Fort Washington Avenue. According to the listing, the home has nine-foot ceilings and original oak floors. Income restrictions also apply. Square footage is also not listed.

East Harlem is home to the week’s next least expensive listing, which Saul Scheveloff at Realty Networking Services has with a $227,000 asking price. The home has two bedrooms and one bathroom, which is marbled.. It is located at 420 East 119th Street. — Zachary Kussin

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