If you’re about to embark on the hunt to buy the perfect New York City pad, get excited.
A healthy stock of new residential buildings ― some ground-up, some converted ― are listing thousands of apartments for sale this spring. They range from the mega-glitzy, Robert A.M. Stern-designed 520 Park Ave. (whose sprawling penthouse will ask a stratospheric $130 million) to the boutique, like 559 W. 23rd St., which will have six duplex units starting at $4.5 million.
Projects will be popping up all over the city, from the 39-unit Liv@ Murray Park in Long Island City and over to 42 Maspeth in East Williamsburg.
Here is Liv@ Murray Park North to keep on your radar this spring.
Liv@Murray Park North
Anybody on the hunt in Long Island City? Liv@ Murray Park, located at 11-35 45th Ave., will bring 39 new units to the hot nabe. The building will house studios through two-bedrooms, and units will feature kitchens with top-of-the-line appliances and porcelain-tiled bathrooms with Kohler bathtubs. Building-wide, residents will have a gym, common rooftop area, WiFi in common areas and a full-time superintendent.
Prices here will start in the $400,000s. Sales launch this spring, with move-ins scheduled for the end of the year.
Contact: ModernSpaces, 718-786-1063
Source: New York Post