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Photos courtesy of The Grand at Sky View Parc
Photos courtesy of The Grand at Sky View Parc
One of four bedroom spaces in the Flushing penthouse.

This luxury apartment in Flushing on sale $2.4 million will make you feel like you’re living on top of the world.

The “feng shui penthouse” at The Grand at Sky View Parc, located at 131-05 40th Road, is a 1,960 square foot space featuring four bedrooms, two and a half baths and sweeping views of the Manhattan skyline.

Each area of the living space features top-of-the-line finishes. In the kitchen are warm walnut cabinets, frosty quartz counter tops and ivory-white backsplashes, and in the bathrooms, Scavolini Italian sinks, Grohe shower heads and marble-finished porcelain tile.

The penthouse also features modern technology from “Latch,” which allows for a keyless entry via smartphone, and a “Nest” thermostat which automatically adjusts the temperature in the space to save energy.

Homeowners can also take full advantage of The Grand’s seven-acre landscaped rooftop park, which boasts two pools, a basketball court and two tennis courts. They will also have access to the “Grand Club,” which includes a full-service spa, residents’ lounge, state-of-the-art fitness center and a multi-purpose center.

The building, one of three towers, also features a stylishly furnished lobby, elevator, children’s playroom, gym and private parking with valet services. Also found within the complex is the Shops at Sky View Center: a 785,000 square foot, multi-level retail space which houses an array of popular retailers, including Target, Bed Bath & Beyond and Nike.

The penthouse is currently listed at $2,425,888. The full listing for the property can be seen here.

Check out photos of the space and a rendering of the rooftop park below. 

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