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Nest Seekers agent looks to set the record for the most expensive single-family condo sale in Long Island City


Silvette Julian of Nest Seekers International looks to set the record for the most expensive condo sale in Long Island City with the sale of 46-30 Center Boulevard for $5,400,000. 46-30 Center Boulevard was purchased by Queens taxi magnate Basil Messados in 2009 for $2,500,000. The luxury property market in Long Island City real estate has grown tremendously since 2009 and properties are fetching higher and higher values.

This unique 3 bedroom penthouse boasts an expansive wrap-around terrace, impressive cathedral ceilings, and a sprawling sun-drenched living room with a fireplace. In addition, the Long Island City condo features floor-to-ceiling all-glass windows, and unobstructed panoramic views of Manhattan.

Designed by renowned architectural firm Handel Architects, the View condominium is the only luxurious water-front condo in Long Island City. Naturally, this property comes with all the bells and whistles of a new condominium development -- 24-hour doorman, fitness center and free membership to the Eastcoast Club which offers a lap pool, gym, sauna, spa, cinema room, as well as numerous indoor lounges.

This unique offering is sure to set the single-family record for Long Island City real estate!

Reach out to Nest Seekers International agent Silvette Julian for more information!

Stunning Penthouse with 3 beds/3 baths dramatic wrap-around terrace with panoramic city/water views Stunning Penthouse with 3 beds/3 baths dramatic wrap-around terrace with panoramic city/water views
$5,398,000
Silvette Julian Silvette Julian
Licensed Real Estate Salesperson-The Julian Group

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