Lets take a look at the most expensive and least expensive apartments to hit the market this week according to Street Easy.
Number one on our list is a pre-war condo penthouse located at 26 east 63rd street also known as The Leonori. This duplex apartment boast 9 rooms that are made up of a large gallery as you enter the apartment followed by, a super-sized living with an adjacent formal dining room. On this floor are also a maids room, a master bedroom, and another chamber. Going upstairs are two more bedrooms followed by an enormous terrace and a solarium facing north. This four bedroom, five bathroom masterpiece is listed by Roger Erickson of Sotheby’s. It has an asking price of $22,500,000.
Next up is a four bedroom four and half bathroom apartment at 995 Fifth Avenue, The Stanhope. This condop is located directly across the street from the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It was once a hotel until it was converted by Extell. This apartment looks like it’s in mint condition. The current sellers worked on the floor-plan by adding more rooms. This property is listed for $12,500,000 and is listed by Laurie Silverman of Halstead.
And in third place comes another duplex apartment at 125 East 72nd Street. This five bedroom coop is on the 10th and 11th floor of the building. It features two large living rooms, a formal dining room, a master dressing room and a den/media room. Joshua Wesoky of Sotheby’s listed this apartment with a price tag of $12,000,000.
The least expensive apartment to be listed this week is a studio coop listed at $210,000. This second floor apartment is in a brownstone located at 435 East 85th Street. Its listed by Nancy Rapp of Halstead.
The second least expensive apartment to be listed this week is another studio at 227 east 87th Street. This 375 square for studio is asking $235,000. It is listed by Donna Bradbury of Citi Habitats.
The third least expensive apartment to be listed this week is a one bedroom at 424 East 77th Street. The apartment is asking $255,000 and is listed by Rebecca Mirkin of Corcoran.