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Rendering (l; Greystone Development) and photo (r; CityRealty) of 24-16 Queens Plaza South Rendering (l; Greystone Development) and photo (r; CityRealty) of 24-16 Queens Plaza South
The Real Deal recently reported that Long Island City renters enjoy an abundance of options, and another is on the way: A recent visit to Greystone Development's first rental in Queens at 24-16 Queens Plaza South showed that a modern addition to the existing five-story building is on the rise.
Renderings of the 23-story tower by architect Woods Bagot show a striking addition to the Long Island City skyline. Its gracefully curved façade is reminiscent of New York by Gehry at 8 Spruce Street, Standard East Village, and Studio Gang's Aqua Tower in Chicago. Completion is anticipated for later this year.
24-16 Queens Plaza South construction 24-16 Queens Plaza South via CityRealty
24-16 Queens Plaza South
By virtue of its location, residents will enjoy excellent views of the Manhattan skyline, Queensboro Bridge, and iconic Silvercup Studios. In select units, balconies will make the most of them. All residents will have access to such amenities as a roof terrace, fitness center, lounge, screening room, game room, and co-working space.
The building is going up across the street from the Queensboro Plaza subway stop, the first stop outside of Manhattan. Closer to home, it is a short walk from local art museums, restaurants, bars, and a community that has sprung up in the surrounding area: It is across the street from the stylish, fully leased Luna LIC and next door to The Independent, where a small handful of remaining availabilities starts at $2,186/month. From a condo standpoint, the nearby Arcadia LIC and Canvas report strong sales.
24-16 Queens Plaza South construction progress 24-16 Queens Plaza South via CityRealty
24-16 Queens Plaza South map Google Earth map of 24-16 Queens Plaza South
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