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The Real Deal

Priciest Cheapest Units To Hit The Market

From left: 502 Park Avenue and 512 West 156th Street

The most expensive Manhattan unit to hit the market this week is a $35 million penthouse condominium in the Trump Park Avenue tower at 502 Park Avenue in Lenox Hill, according to The seven-bedroom, eight-and-a-half-bathroom, full-floor home has 7,224 square feet, a private elevator entrance, a library and a maid’s room. It’s listed by Michelle Griffith of Trump Sales and Leasing. As The Real Deal reported, the unit has come on and off the market several times in the last two years with steady price increases from the initial $22.5 million ask.

The next costliest listing is a newly renovated, five-floor townhouse at 45 East 74th Street on the Upper Eeast Side, that has a gym, an elevator, two pools and four terraces. Town Residential’s Brett Miles, Terry Naini and Frank Arends list the home for $33 million.

The third priciest apartment is a duplex in the Beresford, a co-op building at 211 Central Park West that Brown Harris Stevens’ John Burger is listing for $22 million. The Upper West Side home has three bedrooms and two terraces with a total of 90 feet fronting Central Park. The Real Deal recently noted that the unit is owned by Ronald Beck of Oaktree Capital Management, who bought it four years ago for $19 million.

Two apartments in the co-op building at 512 West 156th Street are the least expensive homes listed in Manhattan this week — but a buyer has to meet tight income restrictions to secure the deal. The apartments are both three-bedroom, one-bathroom homes on the fifth floor of the walkup building. Top That Realty Service broker Marie Rosado has the pair of $135,000 listings.

The third cheapest home is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom co-op at 515 Edgecombe Avenue in Washington Heights. Adrian Thompkins and Shebrelle Hunter-Green of Halstead Property have the $175,000 listings. — Adam Fusfeld

Friday, April 27, 2012