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Rendering credit: GDC Properties Rendering credit: GDC Properties
Countering all the focus on gleaming high-rises, Long Island City is set to receive its first ensemble of rental townhouses in many years. A recent visit to the site at 45-35 11th Street, with long frontages on both 45th Road and 46th Avenue, shows that construction is approaching the finish line with some of the homes having their stoops, canopies, and orange/white facades installed.

Hawthorne, N.Y.-based GDC Properties picked up the property in 2014. Despite being just two blocks from the 7 train and Court Square, restrictive zoning around Murray Playground limits the height and bulk of new developments to a scale surprisingly low for such a transit-rich neighborhood across the river from Midtown. The project spreads 140,272 of gross square feet of area to yield 38 two-family townhouses accommodating 76 two- and three-bedroom duplexes in all. According to the developers, the apartments will range from 1,900 to 2,300 square feet in size and rent for around $7,000 apiece. Many of the homes will also feature outdoor space.
Homes along 46th Avenue as of late October 2019 (CityRealty)
units along 45th Road
Along 11th Street
The project spreads 140,272 of gross square feet of area to yield 38 two-family townhouses. There will be 76 two- and three-bedroom duplexes in all. According to the developers, apartments will range from 1,900 to 2,300 square feet in size and rent for around $7,000 apiece. Many of the homes will also come with outdoor space.
Shared common courtyard (GDC Properties)
The townhouses are being designed by Newman Design Architects and replace a collection of industrial buildings. Each three-story townhome measures 4,470 square feet each and all will share access to a central courtyard. An interview with the developer from YIMBY notes that lower duplexes will have finished basements with half-baths and offer access to a private backyard. Upper duplexes will have an extra penthouse level in addition to a private roof deck. Construction will likely wrap up sometime in 2020.
45-31 11th-Street- (CityRealty)

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