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1, 2, & 3 Bedroom Units Go on Sale at Sunnyside’s Celtic Park Complex, Open House Taking Place This Saturday

(Source: RealTegrity)

June 17, 2019, Sponsored Story

“Have you discovered Celtic Park yet?”

That’s the question Robert Swiderski, founder of local real estate firm RealTegrity, has posed on Facebook for his “Something For Everyone” open house event taking place at the residential complex on Saturday, June 22 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.

The open house will provide a tour of three co-ops at Celtic Park that went on the market this spring and are exclusively listed with Swiderski. Among them is a 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom unit with partial city views with an asking price of $379,000; a 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom unit facing the city listed at $625,000; and a 3 bedroom, 1.5 bathroom unit with an asking price of $749,000.

Units have varying maintenance costs which cover heat, hot water, gas, electric utilities, as well as property taxes.

Swiderski believes that the three bedroom co-op is likely to attract the most attention because there are only 30 out of 756 units of this size in the complex.

(Source: RealTegrity)

“These are extremely rare in New York, and a three bedroom on the market in Celtic Park is a unicorn!” Swiderski said.

The two bedroom co-op has been recently renovated, while the one bedroom for sale is larger than the standard sized one bedroom units in the complex.

The board allows subletting after two years of owner occupancy. There is no flip tax.

“These are some of the most sought-after homes in Sunnyside because of Celtic Park’s close proximity to the 40th St. and 46th St. 7 train stations, as well as its walking distance to schools, restaurants, cafes and other transit options to Brooklyn and Manhattan,” said Swiderski.

The Celtic Park complex features resident-only parking, two courtyards, two laundry and storage rooms, bike storage, on-site security, and a superintendent living on the premises. Additionally, maintenance workers are on call 24/7 for emergency repairs.

(Source: RealTegrity)

Infrastructure upgrades to the complex are also currently underway, according to Swiderski. These upgrades include the addition of solar panels onto rooftops, the installation of charging stations in the parking lot for electric vehicles and new elevators that are expected to be installed by the end of this year.

Swiderski, who has lived in Celtic Park for more than 16 years, said that aside from all the benefits that new homeowners can look forward to, his favorite takeaway is its pet-friendly community.

“There’s a lot to love about living here, but I like that it’s one of the largest pet friendly co-ops in western Queens,” he said. “We look forward to welcoming everyone on Saturday.”

The open house will take place on June 22nd between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. at 48-01 42nd St. Interested buyers are asked to RSVP for the open house on Facebook in advance.

(Source: RealTegrity)

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Too much money for an apartment the size of a quarter pounder box and a neighborhood thats no good.


Lovely but boy..what a prises!? Home hunters it will be much more affordable be the through the summer.


I remember when they were renting them and you got one month free after you singed the lease ???

size matters

probably one of the last apartments we’ll see of this size once they all look like shoeboxes in five to ten years


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