TF Cornerstone’s the View in LIC is 50% sold

TRD New York /
Feb.February 04, 2011 01:50 PM
The View at 4630 Center Boulevard and unit 304 in the building

The View, TF Cornerstone’s Long Island City waterfront condominium, has passed the 50 percent sold mark. Since last summer, the condo has seen up to 11 closings per month. Nest Seekers International is the exclusive sales and marketing agent for the 184-unit condo, located at 4630 Center Boulevard. The 18-story condo features one-, two- and three-bedroom units up to 1,879 square feet, with prices starting at $616,000. Each unit offers floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the water, white oak flooring, Viking and Sub Zero appliances, washer-dryers and private balconies or terraces. “The View has struck a chord with buyers who are seeking smart New York
City living; more home for their money and space to grow, a revitalized
waterfront location and instant access to the city, by view and subway,”
said Sofia Estevez, executive vice president at TF Cornerstone (note: correction appended). A new 83-unit condo, the Yard, at 2-26 50th Avenue in Long Island City, is set to launch, as The Real Deal reported earlier today.TRD


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