Closings have just kicked off at One Murray Park, the new 45-unit luxury condominium development in Long Island City along a recently renovated playground and park. The building, one of the few new developments in this rapidly transforming neighborhood, is now 64% in contract, according to CORE’s Doron Zwickel, who is handling sales and marketing for the building. Featuring amenities such as a doorman, fitness center, residents’ library, roof deck and indoor parking, One Murray Park is also entering the homestretch of construction, which makes it the perfect time to check in on the building following our earlier sneak peek inside.
At One Murray Park, CORE’s new condominium development in Long Island City that we revealed earlier this spring, sales have been in a “soft launch” phase, with showings by appointment only. But now it’s time to share more info about the first new collection of residences on the neighborhood’s newly renovated Murray Playground. Even in the soft launch phase, demand for the building has been incredible, with sales prices for the 45 studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments matching the Long Island City market highs of 2006 and 2007, and in many cases, rising even higher. Now a number of listings have gone live on the CORE website, and we’re thrilled to share the first photos inside a model apartment.
Developed by Shuster Management and designed by architecture firm Fogarty Finger, One Murray Park, located at 11-25 45th Avenue in the rapidly transforming neighborhood, is the first new condominium development to hit the Long Island City market in over a year. Amenities include a doorman, gym, indoor parking, residents’ library, pet washing area and common roof deck. The building is being marketed by CORE’s Doron Zwickel, and construction is nearly complete. We’ll have a sales update on the project soon, but for now, enjoy a couple more sneak peeks inside the building below.