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120 New Condos From Silvercup Studios' Owners for Sale in LIC Building

By Jeanmarie Evelly | September 27, 2016 3:51pm
 Sales launched Monday at The Harrison, a 120-unit condo building at 27-21 44th Dr.
Sales launched Monday at The Harrison, a 120-unit condo building at 27-21 44th Dr.
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COURT SQUARE — More than 100 new luxury condos hit the market this week in a building under construction in Long Island City, developed by the same owners as nearby Silvercup Studios.

Silvercup Properties — owned by film studio heads Alan and Stuart Suna and partner Mark Gold — is building the 120-unit property, called The Harrison, on 44th Drive off Jackson Avenue.

The apartments went on sale Monday, with prices ranging from $495,000 for a studio and up to $2.5 million for a three-bedroom penthouse, according to Modern Spaces, which is marketing the site.

The Harrison

(Courtesy of Modern Spaces)

When completed, the 27-story building will become the tallest condo tower in Long Island City, according to real estate group Modern Spaces President Eric Benaim (the neighborhood's current tallest condo is The View, an 18-story building on Center Boulevard, he said).

"Residences at The Harrison will have unmatched views of New York City," Benaim said in a statement. 

"We expect these homes to sell quickly. Court Square is a sought after neighborhood of Long Island City where condominiums in full-service, amenity-rich buildings are in high demand."

Many of the apartments will offer balconies, terraces and private backyards, while the building itself will have a fitness center, a children's playroom and a rooftop lounge.

Construction is expected to wrap up in May of 2017.