Taxi Mogul Looks to Set Queens Record, Lists Long Island City Penthouse for $5.4M

Posted On Tue, March 3, 2015 By

Posted On Tue, March 3, 2015 By In Cool Listings, Long Island City

A local taxi mogul is hoping to set the record for most expensive single-family home ever sold in Queens. The Long Island City penthouse at 46-30 Center Boulevard is listed for $5.4 million, and the current record is a $3.35 million sale that went through last year in LIC. According to the Daily News, the three-bedroom pad was last purchased for just $2.5 million in 2009. The impressive penthouse features an expansive wraparound terrace, exquisite dark wood floors, and cathedral ceilings.

46-30 Center Boulevard, The View at East Coast, Long Island City condos, Basil Messados

The sprawling living room comes complete with a fireplace, floor-to-ceiling all-glass windows, and sliding doors that lead to the terrace with views of the East River and Manhattan. Next to the dining room is the large windowed kitchen, which comes fully equipped with high-end appliances, extra-large triple-lacquered wood cabinets, Italian granite counter tops, and contemporary stainless steel fixtures. Down the hallway is the master bedroom with its walk-in closet and en-suite, spa-inspired bathroom, which also has access to the terrace. There are two additional bedrooms as well as two other full baths.

46-30 Center Boulevard, The View at East Coast, Long Island City condos, Basil Messados

Known as The View at East Coast, the condominium was designed by the renowned firm Handel Architects. The amenities are plenty, but do you think it warrants the potentially record-setting price tag?

[Listing: 4630 Center Boulevard #PHA by Silvette Julian of Nestseekers]

[46-30 Center Boulevard on CityRealty]

[Via NYDN]

Photos via Nestseekers

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Neighborhoods : Long Ilsand City



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