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Exterior renderings via Hakiminian Organization Exterior renderings via Hakiminian Organization
Hakiminian Organization’s ground-up Long Island City rental named Steel Haus is now rising. Located at 41-32 27th Street, the building squeezes into a development-heavy block that is steps from the Queensboro Plaza train station. Now half-way up, the slender 15-story is being designed by ARC Architecture + Design Studio, with David Howell fashioning the interiors. There will be 45 apartments in all and Hakiminian has posted some sneak peeks of the interiors and amenities.
41-32-27thStreet Construction progress as of early March
Steel-Haus-01 Google Earth aerial showing location of Steel Haus; CityRealty
Per the renderings, a straightforward exterior will be clad in hearty brown brick with floor-to-ceiling multi-pane windows. An industrial-inspired theme will be present throughout interiors. Wood floor joists, exposed brick and metal finishes accent amenity spaces. Amenities will include bike parking and rooftop terrace. Completion is anticipated later this year.

The project is next to the rental named Queens Plaza, which was one of the first “luxury” residential developments in the area. Behind the project is Crescent Club where its only available unit is a one-bedroom priced at $2,933/month.
 
 
 
 
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