As Curbed is wont to do as each quarter goes blazing by, we've asked our friends at Property Shark to compile the buildings that sold the most apartments in Q1 of 2014. It's been a gangbusters time for new developments, but the units in many of those projects yet haven't closed. That means many of the quarter's best-selling buildings are ones that have been around for a little whileand even in locations we normally wouldn't consider booming, like Flushing and East New York. Remember, for developments with hundreds of units, it takes awhile to offload them all. Also, note that this list is ranked by sheer number of units sold in the first quarter of 2014, without considering the context of how big or small the development may be.
· Mapping the 10 Best-Selling New York City Buildings of 2013 [Curbed]