This two-bedroom, two-bath condo in coveted Vinegar Hill offers great light and views of the Manhattan Bridge from its oversized windows.
The Vista, the 48-unit condo building at 44-15 Purves Street, officially sold out. The Court Square Blog notes that the last remaining unit, Apartment 3B, went into contract last week. (There were eight units left here over the summer. At that point a broker told us, “All of our units to date have gone into contract at the asking price, with no seller concessions granted.”) #3B is a 713-square-foot one bedroom that was asking $650,800.
The Court Square Blog didn’t spot any building activity, meaning move-ins have not begun yet. The building received its certificate of occupancy last month.
Here’s an update on the new(ish) LIC condo The Vista, which launched sales one year ago. The building is now more than 80 percent spoken for, with eight out of 48 units left. A broker through Modern Spaces sheds more light on the sales: “We have filed 10 pricing amendments [increases] since sales commenced in November 2012. All of our units to date have gone into contract at the asking price, with no seller concessions granted.” According to Streeteasy, a studio here is asking $515,800, with a two bedroom asking $820,800. Back when the building launched, Modern Spaces brought in a feng shui consultant to work with the architects and designers of the building. The result is “not just a living space, but a way of life.” So who’s been inside this place? What did you make of the feng shui interiors? GMAP
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The developers, Vantage Partners, broke ground in 2011.