According to information from StreetEasy, this weeks most expensive and least expensive real estate includes the following.
121 East 69th Street is an elegant 20-foot wide townhouse that was listed by Anne Snee of Corcoran. This multi-family home is located in the Lenox Hill neighborhood. It has 6 bedroom and 6 bathrooms that can be accessed by a unique spiral staircase or elevator. The ground floor is occupied by a doctors office and the listing information claims that it can be delivered vacant in order to be converted into a single family townhouse. The asking price is $17,500,000.
The second most expensive piece of property to hit the Upper East Side this week is 4 bedroom 4.5 bathroom condo apartment at 157 East 84th Street. This unique space has a loft like feel to it with over 5,000 square feet of space, an oversized living room with a fireplace, private outdoor space and an enormous spa-like master bathroom. The unit is listed by Carrie Chiang of Corcoran.
In third place comes another 4 bedroom apartment also listed by Corcoran. The apartment is located in 135 East 79th Street, the new development by The Brodsky Organization. This apartment is one of a few that has its own private patio. It is asking $10,835,000.
The least expensive Upper East Side apartment for sale this week includes a 300 Sq. Ft. studio coop at 311 East 75th Street. This coop apartment was listed by Nick Psomopoulos of The Re/Max team for $239,000.
The second least expensive apartment for sale is a two room studio with 450 Sq. Ft. at 305 East 72nd Street. This is a full-service building with a slew of amenities from a bike-room to a roof-top deck. It is listed by Douglass Elliman with an asking price of $275,000.
The third least expensive apartment for sale on the Upper East Side is another studio at 520 East 72nd Street listed by Louise Devlin of Brown Harris Stevens. The asking price is $307,700.