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The View at East Coast, 46-30 Center Boulevard: Review and Ratings

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Carter Horsley
Review of 46-30 Center Boulevard by Carter Horsley

This handsome. 18-story building at 4630 Center Boulevard in Long Island City was erected in 2010 by TF Cornerstone. 

It has 184 condominium apartments. 

The building, which is just to the north of the famous Pepsi-Cola sign along the river, was designed by Handel Architects. 

Bottom Line

Directly across the East River from the United Nations, this full-service riverfront building has spectacular views of Midtown Manhattan and is adjacent to a riverfront park.


The building has a tower that steps down to a mid-rise slab that then steps down to a low-rise section, all with broad expanses of windows with crisp fenestration. The north side of the tower is stepped in plan to create more corner windows and the top two floors of the tower facing south are set back to open up space in the complex. 

The building has a handsome, paneled and curved lobby. 


This building is part of a six-building, riverfront complex being erected by TF Cornerstone that when completed in 2014 will contain a total of almost 2,800 units with a recreation center for all buildings with a great lawn, two tennis courts, a children’s playroom and a beach volleyball court.

This building has a 24-hour fitness center, 24-hour doorman and concierge, a garage, a live-in superintendent, a roof deck and the EastCoast Club with a billiards room and a spa.


Apartments have floor-to-ceiling windows. 

Kitchens have SubZero refrigerators, Viking appliances, wine coolers and natural stone countertops. 

Master bathrooms have double sinks. 

Apartment 4 on the second through the 17th floors is a two-bedroom unit that has a long entry corridor that leads to a 20-foot-wide living/dining room with an open, pass-through kitchen. 

Unit 1 on the second though the 17th floors is a three-bedroom unit with a 15-foot-wide corner living room with an open, pass-through kitchen and a 10-foot-long dining room and a small balcony. 

Unit 7 on the 4th, 6th, 8th, 10th, 12th, 15th and 17th floors is a one-bedroom unit with a 21-foot-long living room. 

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between Amsterdam Avenue & Broadway
Broadway Corridor
Forward-thinking and elegant homes on the Upper West Side. 3 bedroom residences | Immediate Occupancy
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