HPI Development, LLC and Stribling Marketing Associates announced that 324 Twenty, a boutique luxury residence, is now 100% sold with the penthouse setting a neighborhood price record. The 4th floor three-bedroom residence was purchased for $2.07 million, the highest price ever paid for a condominium in Greenwood Heights, being the most expensive yet in Greenwood Heights. Sales launched in late September of 2016, with the final unit going into contract just six months later.
The spacious 1,775 SF Penthouse boasts an elevator-access private foyer and 800 SF of private outdoor space with unobstructed views of the Lower Manhattan Skyline, the Statue of Liberty and the Harbor.
“We are excited, but not at all surprised, that 324 Twenty sold out at such a brisk pace. The generous floorplans and sleek, modern finishes are rare in this area and proved to be an extremely attractive product for buyers,” said Cornelia Henning Van Amburg, of Stribling Marketing Associates, who handled sales and marketing for the residences.
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