Name & Location: The Continental Park at 87-10 51st Avenue
Developer: Myles Horn, ABC Properties, and Fisher Associates
Design: Freyer Collaborative
Sales & Marketing: Nu-Place Realty
Size: 79 units
Pricing: $185,000 to $509,500+
It's a new era for a Queens co-op building built in 1962. The Continental Park, née The Continental, is undergoing a partial redevelopment, with 79 of the building's 153 apartments being completely renovated. The first units recently hit the market, and StreetEasy currently shows 11 active listings, all but two of which are two-bedrooms. The least expensive listing is for a $197,000 484-square-foot studio, but the marketing team says that that the cheapest studio will ask $185,000. [UPDATE: Reps inform us that all of the $185,000 units are spoken for.] Currently, the priciest listing is a 1,005-square-foot two-bedroom asking $447,900, but the three-bedrooms, which have yet to be listed, will be more expensive, starting at $509,500, which, in the grand scheme of New York real estate, is hardly "expensive" at all.