This week’s list of most and least expensive properties on the Upper East Side come from information obtained by StreetEasy.
Topping the list of most expensive homes this week is Suite 1402 located in the prestigious Mark Hotel Residences, at 25 East 77th Street. This condo, offered on a semi-private floor, includes four bedrooms, four baths, one half bath, an extensive great room, and a windowed eat-in kitchen. Over 3,700 square feet of living space, almost half of which is encompassed by the great room with South and East city views as well as access to the 750+ square foot terrace. Marble baths, nickel fixtures, cedar-lined closets, and a Miele washer/dryer add to the functionality and beauty of this condo home. Designed by preeminent architects and opened in 1927, The Mark has been known for its top notch services, which includes concierge, doormen, security, fitness center, business center, as well as available maid service, hair salon, restaurant and bar. Listed by Kathy Sloane at Brown Harris Stevens with the asking price of $12,000,000.
In second place comes this triplex penthouse on top of a spectacular eighteen floor building is located at 300 East 79th Street. Recent architectural renovations were completed by OBrian Muehleisen Architecture Studio. Beginning with a private elevator landing, nearly 5,000 square feet of living space offer remarkable views of the city with 11 ft to 13 ft floor-to-ceiling windows. Open living room, dining room, library, powder room, chef’s kitchen and master suite complete the 18th floor. The grand staircase leads to the 17th floor containing four bedrooms and 3.5 baths, as well as a game room, study, and laundry. The rooftop terrace encompasses 650 square feet with grill, sink, and an electric dumbwaiter to kitchen. Building provides full service with doorman, private gym, playroom, and lounge. Listed for sale at Sloane Square by Jaar-Mel Sloane with an asking price of $11,500,000.
Park Avenue life is complete in this chic Lenox Hill corner at 521 Park Avenue, Unit #4C. Wraparound juliet balconies and floor to ceiling windows provide open air and light for this 1,593 square foot condo. Two bedrooms and two baths combine simplicity with elegance in this pre-war residence. Listed at Douglas Elliman by Jennine Gourin with the asking price of $9,400,000.
This spacious and charming studio sits in The Charing Cross House at 305 East 72nd Street #6CN. Separate kitchen, full bath with window, and large closets offer functionality and livability. Sleek lobbyy, full time doorman, laundry room, live-in management, and bike room. Full gym coming soon. This apartment is listed by Weichert Realtors. Asking price is $297,000.
Next on the least expensive list comes this Yorkville Co-op at 400 East 85th Street #6B. In need of renovation, this studio is located in a quiet, high rise building with doorman, garage, elevator, and live-in management. Listed for the asking price of $299,000 by James Kim at Corcoran.
Adorable and bright, this studio offers 400 square feet of living space, ideally located at 50 East 2nd Avenue #2C. Renovated kitchen with marble counter, breakfast bar, stainless steel appliances, storage, glass cabinets, and wine rack. High ceilings, wood floors, kitchen chandelier, and large closets add to the appeal of this coveted apartment which has custom paint and fits a queen sized bed. Listed by Jodi Machardy at Century 21 with the asking price of $389,000