Priciest, cheapest units to hit the market
The priciest New York City home to hit the market this week is Broadway titan Hal Prince‘s three-bedroom, five-bathroom co-op unit at 834 Fifth Avenue between 64th and 65th streets, according to Streeteasy.com. The unit is on the market for $33 million. Prince holds the record for the most Tony Awards ever won. The 4,750-square-foot space is being marketed by Barbara Fox of the Fox Residential Group. It features a solarium, library and private terrace overlooking the park.
The second priciest unit is a 10,000-square-foot Lenox Hill townhouse at 120 East 70th Street, which has an asking price of $28 million. Louise Beit of Sotheby’s International Realty is the listing agent.
The third most expensive unit is a four-bedroom, eight-bathroom condo, also in Lenox Hill, at 116 East 65th Street with a listing price of $16.5 million. The Corcoran Group’s Leighton Candler has the listing.
The cheapest New York City unit to come online this week is a one-bathroom studio co-op at 45 Martense Street in Prospect Park. The space is an $85,000 fixer-upper unit in need of a gut renovation, according to Streeteasy.com. Prudential Douglas Elliman’s Robert Nicoletti is marketing the unit.
The second least expensive unit to hit the market this week is a one-bathroom studio co-op at 555 Kappock Street in the Spuyten Duyvil neighborhood of the Bronx. ReMax’s Ellen Rosen is representing the 500-square-foot unit, which is listed for $95,000.
The third cheapest home is a one-bathroom studio co-op at 2190 Boston Road in the Pelham Bay Park area of the Bronx, across from the Bronx Zoo. The unit, on the market for $98,000, is listed by Michael Crespo of Citadel Property Management. TRD
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