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All images of Townhouse on the Park via Sean Hemmerle All images of Townhouse on the Park via Sean Hemmerle
After months of lockdown, urbanites have emerged with a new appreciation for extra square footage: According to a study from Harris Poll, nearly one third of Americans are considering a move to a less densely populated area. Additionally, those looking to move are prioritizing home offices and private outdoor space, having found themselves in need of both.
In this new playing field, a move from hyper-dense Manhattan to lower-density Queens may satisfy the spatial needs of New York's hardcore urbanites. This new environment would come to be ideal for Townhouse on the Park to present a rare collection of townhouse rentals that consists of 75 three-bedroom triplex apartments within two-family rowhouses: The development is now over 85% leased.
Townhouse on the Park's final collection of 15 new triplex apartments has just come on the market starting at $6,800/month. While this comes in above the Long Island City median rent of $6,500/month (figures via CityRealty listings), it should be noted that these spreads are quite voluminous and feature seven garden-level homes with private backyards. They also include the 1,854-square-foot penthouse, which is among Long Island City's largest and the neighborhood's most expensive at $8,900/month
 
 
 
 
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In all units, interiors designed by Peggy Leung Design feature 9’ ceilings, wall-to-wall windows, chef-grade kitchens, and well-outfitted baths. Plans are distinguished by “bonus rooms” that include rooftop loft spaces with wet bars or finished windowed basements with powder rooms. At a time when many of us have been working and exercising from home, these rooms’ uses are limited only by the renters’ imaginations. Additionally, nearly every home will feature private outdoor space in the form of a private garden or rooftop balcony.
All homes are underscored by high-tech bells and whistles which include keyless entry, video intercoms, and a MIRROR home gym system. The 46th Avenue-facing stoops and front yards have automatic snow melting systems. Shared amenities include a fitness center and landscaped courtyard. The rowhouses are adjacent to The Murray Playground, close to the Court Street subway station, and within walking distance to Long Island City's Hunters Point waterfront.
 
 
 
 
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↓ The penthouse is a grand corner unit with direct city views through floor-to-ceiling windows.

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↓ The kitchen at the heart of the home features custom Italian cabinetry, under-cabinet lighting, quartz countertops, well-thought storage, and Whirlpool stainless steel appliances.

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↓ The bright bedrooms come with custom built-in closets.

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↓ An expansive private roof terrace enjoys unobstructed views to the north, south, and west.

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↓ The handsome exterior facade presents a modern interpretation of a traditional city rowhouse.

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↓ Garden-level residences open up to private patios, and all residents have access to the lushly landscaped common courtyard.

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↓ Townhouse in the Park offers a peaceful escape, but offers plenty of transportation options all over New York via the Court Square subway stops, the NYC Ferry, and the Hunter's Point LIRR stop.

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GDC Properties

GDC Properties
Townhouse on the Park Leasing
45-35 11th Street
Queens, NY 11101
(718) 685-XXXX
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