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Priciest, Cheapest Units to Hit The Market
Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market
September 02, 2011 12:30PM
From left: 1965 Broadway and 114 East 98th Street
The most expensive Manhattan home to hit the market this week is a $12.995 million penthouse at 1965 Broadway in the Lincoln Square neighborhood. The 3,711-square-foot condominium unit has four bedrooms, six bathrooms, a 924-square-foot terrace and a living room with floor-to-ceiling windows, marble floors and a wood-burning fireplace. It is listed with Michael Reed of Brown Harris Stevens.
The next priciest unit is a full-floor, 3,550-square-foot condo at 595 West End Avenue on the Upper West Side. BHS' Rachel Glazeris listing the four-bedroom, four-bathroom pad for $10.995 million.
The third costliest home is a $10 million, 3,528-square-foot townhouse at 112 Washington Place in Greenwich Village. The four-and-a-half story home is listed by Brian Lover of the Corcoran Group.
The two cheapest Manhattan homes to hit the market this week are listed for $229,000. The first is an income-restricted, one-bedroom apartment in the co-op building at 114 East 98th Street. The Carnegie Hill unit is listed by Donald Kemper of Prudential Douglas Elliman.
The second is a studio in the co-op at 217 East 89th Street in Yorkville that's listed by Miriam Mades of Sandra Greer Real Estate.
The third least expensive apartment is a 450-square-foot studio in the cond-op building at 312 East 89th Street, also in Yorkville. Bond New York's Mary Lou Currier has the $275,000 listing. -- Adam Fusfeld