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Phases of the Project. Photo via Flushing Commons with edits by CityRealty Phases of the Project. Photo via Flushing Commons with edits by CityRealty
From Sky View Parc to 144-74 Northern Boulevard, it's no secret that large-scale development has been booming all over Flushing. The latest to hit the market is the 1.8 million-square foot, "transit oriented" development, Flushing Commons, which broke ground in 2014 and is now nearing completion of its first phase.

Phase I of the monumental project consists of a 12-story office building located at 38-08 Union Street and a 17-story, 148-unit mixed-use residential tower at 138-35 39th Avenue. With closings well underway and Phase I 98 percent sold, developers F&T Group, Rockefeller Group, and AECOM Capital have decided to unveil the model penthouse unit.
The new penthouse home resides on the 16th floor and spans 1,588 square feet with three bedrooms and three bathrooms. It is currently available for $1.99M. It's muted design plays with contrasting materials, color, and textures all while focusing on the airy and spacious feel of the modern home. It has an open living/dining room floor plan, an office/den which can double as a guest room, and a gourmet kitchen featuring Bosch appliances and under-counter wine storage.
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Flushing Commons-lounge Lounge
Flushing Commons-lobby Lobby
Flushing Commons-terrace Terrace
The now-completed lobby offers sophistication and warmth with shades of grey, natural woods, brassy metals, and a marble wall. As for amenities residents can expect, there will be a 24-hour concierge, mailroom with package service, and easy indoor access to the megaproject's office next door. The inviting residents lounge goes beyond the norm with an eco-friendly fireplace, Wi-Fi and plug-in capability, a library and reading area, and a bar and dining room with modern kitchen appliances.

Other building amenities are near completion and include a state-of-the-art fitness and wellness center, complimentary bike storage, and cold storage. In the future, residents can expect outdoor amenities like a dog-play area, children's playground, landscaped outdoor walking gardens with a pergola, and barbecue grills.
Flushing-Commons-phase-I Phase I - Residential building on the left, offices on the right.
The second and last phase of the development will bring three additional mixed-use buildings, 450 residential units, 1,600 parking spaces, a 62,000-square-foot YMCA featuring an indoor swimming pool, basketball courts, fitness centers, running track and day care, and Downtown Flushing’s first public outdoor space: a 1.5 acre landscaped open air plaza surrounding all five buildings.

Flushing Commons has been primarily marketed to Chinese buyers as a "neighborhood-within-a-neighborhood." The complex is ideally located near the 7 train, the LIRR, and LaGuardia and John F. Kennedy airports. The development was designed by the international Perkins Eastman architecture firm, with landscape architecture by Thomas Balsley Associates and interiors by Shim Projects.

For more details, check out the official site here.
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