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The Grand at SkyView Parc

Popular residential properties in Flushing and Long Island City earned Queens the most appearances of the five boroughs on a list of last year’s highest-selling buildings.

According to a recent report by PropertyShark, four Queens properties made a top-10 roundup of the city’s best-selling in 2017. A Flushing property — The Grand at SkyView Parc — took the No. 1 spot.

Located in the downtown section of the neighborhood at 40th Road, The Grand sold 463 units: nearly 300 units more than the No. 2 property on the list. Units were sold at a median sale price of $794,223.

The luxury condo tower is part of the SkyView Parc development, which consists of three residential towers, amenities including a rooftop park and spa, and a 785,000-square-foot retail space.

Taking the No. 3 slot on the list was Flushing Commons, another luxury condo project in the downtown section of the neighborhood. In 2017, 141 units were sold at a median sale price breaking $1 million.

Opened in 2017, the multi-phase development on 39th Avenue includes valet parking for 1,600 vehicles, a 62,000-square-foot YMCA, medical and office space and an outdoor community plaza. A forthcoming second residential phase will add another 450 condo units to the development.

Queens rounded out its appearances on the list at No. 9 and 10. Long Island City’s 27-story condo building, The Harrison, sold 92 units in 2017 at a median sale price of $906,243. Downtown Flushing’s East West Tower sold 72 units at a median sale price of $634,573.

Three developments in each Manhattan and Brooklyn earned spots on the list. Half of the properties on the top 10 broke $1 million for median sale price.

Only developments and condo conversions completed since 2012 were considered for the list. Sales closed between Jan. 1 and Dec. 31, 2017, were considered.

Read the full report here.

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