2211/32 Refinery Pde, New Farm has sold for a building record price.TWO interstate buyers battled to secure a luxury New Farm unit with the deal done within a couple of days.The unit at the Refinery in Cutters Landing at 32 Refinery Pde, New Farm sold for $2.62 million.Marketing agent Christine Rudolph of Ray White New Farm said normally it would take anywhere from three months to three years to sell such a property but this deal was secured within three days – the fastest sale in the exclusive building.“We got the photographs on the Wednesday and put it on internet on Thursday and by Friday I had people queuing before the first open which was absolutely remarkable.The sale follows another in the same “complex’’ last week where a house, which also came under body corporate control was sold for a record $4.9 million through Brett Greensill of LJ Hooker New Farm.Ms Rudolph said interest in the building was strong and they received multiple offers for the apartment. 2211/32 Refinery Pde, New FarmMs Rudolph said the other potential buyer, who was from Sydney had commented to buy something in the eastern suburbs in Sydney he would be paying about $2.1 million for a two-bedroom, one-bathroom waterfront apartment, which would need renovating.“Then you come up to Brisbane and you see a really beautiful bespoke building that has got some character to it.’’ 2211/32 Refinery Pde, New FarmThe apartment has large floor to ceiling windows which allow river views. It is the only apartment on that floor and is in a corner position of the building, so had two balconies.It has its original exposed brickwork. It is within the award-winning heritage-listed former CSR Refinery building which was built in 1893 before being converted to residential living. 2211/32 Refinery Pde, New FarmThe buyers were a couple from Western Australia, who have relocated their business to Queensland.“It has gone for a new price record (for an apartment) for the building which was very exciting.’’Ms Rudolph said the previous record was for an apartment she sold last year directly above the most recent sale. That sale was for $2.58 million.More from newsMould, age, not enough to stop 17 bidders fighting for this home3 hours agoBuyers ‘crazy’ not to take govt freebies, says 28-yr-old investor3 hours ago“That took three months to sell and we sold that to a Melbourne buyer,’’ Ms Rudolph said.“This one I think was particularly a lovely floor plan and beautiful big windows lovely double balcony at the back. 2211/32 Refinery Pde, New FarmFormer owner Chris McGinty said she had been very quick to make a decision about the unit when she bought it herself, she had spent about 20 minutes in it before making it hers.But even she was surprised at the speed of the sale this time around in the current market.Fortunately she has already secured a new home at Paddington at auction, which will be a bit of a project for her now that she is semi-retired.Ms McGinty said the point of difference in her apartment was that it had two huge windows which allowed amazing views of the river.