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Photos courtesy of Tangram
Photos courtesy of Tangram
Inside the Flushing penthouse

Flushing penthouse boasting views of the city’s skyline has been scooped up for a hefty price tag.

“Penthouse 1H,” located within the rising 1.2-million-square-foot Tangram development, has sold for $2.726 million. It is the first penthouse to sell within the new development after sales began last month.

The just over 2,000-square-foot space boasts three bedrooms, three baths, high ceilings and white oaks floors. Bedrooms feature spacious walk-in closets and ceilings max out at 10 feet high.

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The kitchen features appliances designed by German manufacturer Miele and custom-designed cabinetry by Italian furnishing company Doimo Contract.

The penthouse also features a 612-square-foot terrace, where residents can take in the city’s sights and sounds from above.

The luxury residential space is part of the massive four-building Tangram development under construction in downtown Flushing at 133rd Street and 39th Avenue.

Plans for the four 15- or 16-story towers include 317 residential units, hotel and retail spaces, themed restaurants, a culinary food hall, beer garden and office condominiums.

Tangram will also be home to a 34,000-square-foot sensory movie theater by CGV Cinemas that will show “4-D” and panoramic films.


To date, approximately 50 percent of the 192 luxury residences in building Phase I have already sold. Sales for Phase II will begin in early 2018 through listing company Fultonex Realty.

Tangram is being co-developed by F&T Group and SCG America. New York-based Margulies Hoelzli Architecture designed the project.

The site of the new Tangram development was formerly home to Flushing Mall until it was demolished in 2015.


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