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Chester Court Historic District; Continental Park 60% Sold

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PROSPECT-LEFFERTS GARDENS—The Landmarks Preservation Commission has unanimously approved the Chester Court Historic District (PDF!) in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens. The district includes 18 Tudor Revival-style homes built in 1911-12. The cul-de-sac's homes are amongst the earliest Tudor Revival style row houses in the borough, if not the city. The enclave is the 113th New York City Historic District. [CurbedWire inbox; previously]

ELMHURST—Two months after opening its sales office, 60 percent of the redeveloped apartments collectively known as The Continental Park in the co-op building at 87-10 51st Avenue near Broadway have sold. Of the 79 redeveloped units, 61 were immediately available for sale. All of the project's studios, one-, and three-bedroom apartments have sold, leaving available only two-bedrooms, which are priced from $347,500. The building is being redeveloped by Myles Horn, ABC Properties and Fisher Associates. [CurbedWire inbox; official]