One Hunters Point and Hunters View Condominiums?check 'em out here? opened up for sales on Saturday morning, and broker Andrew Fine reports that buyers started lining up on Friday afternoon to plunk down cash on the "affordable, upscale units." What is this, 2004? Fine assesses the LIC newbies: "The pluses are prices from the $600's per square foot, terraces, and upscale finishes. The negatives, include ordinary exterior architecture and locations that may be noisy- one hangs over the Hunter's Point train yard, the other over the Pulaski Bridge to Greenpoint." The "affordable" tag may deflect some accusations of bubble-era hysterics, but don't be fooled: as you can see from our helpful photo annotation, the bubble is back in Queens!
· Condo Market Still Hot...In Long Island City, At Least [A Fine Blog]
· One Hunters Point and Hunters View Condominiums [hunterspointcondos.com]