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Pair of condos rising at 37-21 32nd Street (Tan Architect) Pair of condos rising at 37-21 32nd Street (Tan Architect)
Following a rezoning in 2008, residential development in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City is heating up. At 37-21 32nd Street and 37-14 33rd Street, a two-building complex developed by Eastone Equities is more than halfway up. It will house ground-level commercial space and a total of 89 units spread through the two seven-story buildings designed by Flushing-based Tan Architect. Amenities will include on-site parking, a bike room, lounge, and outdoor recreation space.
37-21-32nd-Street 37-21 32nd Street circa August 2018 via CityRealty
A block away, the site has been cleared for LIC Commons, another two-building condominium complex planned for 37-14 34th Street. Both seven-story buildings will be connected by a single-story structure with a recreational roof deck. Additional amenities will include a laundry room in both towers and on-site parking and a bike room to be shared by all. A rendering released by New Empire Real Estate Development shows that all 80 studio through two-bedroom homes will have oversized windows, and several will have private balconies. Completion is estimated for 2019.
37-14-34th-Street Rendering of LIC Commons via New Empire Real Estate Develompent
37-14-34th-Street 37-14 34th Street site circa August 2018 via CityRealty
Another apartment building is under construction a block to the west. 37-29 32nd Street will stand six stories tall and hold ten residences. Nickolas Kazalas’ NDKazalas Architcture drew inspiration from the neighborhood’s industrial legacy, outfitting the facade with dark red brick, black steel beams, and loft-style, gridded floor-to-ceiling windows. Ten-foot ceilings will push the building height to 89 feet, allowing for panoramic views from upper-floor units and a shared resident roof deck.
37-29 32nd Street, Dutch Kills, Long Island City,... 37-29 32nd Street. Credit: Ondel Hylton
These projects stand just a few blocks away from the 36th Street subway station, which makes for a half-hour commute to Midtown Manhattan. Local attractions include the Museum of the Moving Image, Melrose Ballroom, and The Garden at Studio Square. Neither project has yet filed an offering plan, but CityRealty data reports that the median price of a Long Island City condo is $1.094 million.
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