Sitting on the East River. This luxury building offers highly impressive rentals overlooking the esplanade, Gantry Plaza State Park, piers, and the captivating Manhattan skyline. Stay fit at the complementary fitness center on a rainy day, relax after work on the rooftop terrace, or go for a stroll in the private park all offered to its tenants. In choosing from a variety of spacious studio, one, two and three bedroom units or sensational penthouse duplexes, each option has floor-to-ceiling windows, luxury fixtures such as granite kitchen counters and marble accented bathrooms. Some units even have their own private balconies and washer/dryers.
With its location just outside New York City in Long Island City, your daily commute is only minutes away by subway. LIC is quickly becoming an extension of Midtown Manhattan. This city has transformed over the years to one with galleries, waterfront parks, and brownstone blocks. If what you are looking for is a piece of serenity after a long day of work, then this amazing luxury building is the place for you.
* 24-hour Concierge
* Bicycle Storage
* Billiards Table
* Club Room
* Fitness Center, Garden
* Landscaped Rooftop Terrace
* Pet Friendly
Why bother with the hassle of the city, when you can enjoy its skyline from western Queens! A quick subway ride from Midtown, Long Island City has quickly become the suburbs inside New York City with the best view of the famous Manhattan skyline.
Long Island City is flanked by the Midtown Tunnel to the south and Queensboro Bridge to the north. It runs along the East River waterfront runs and extends inland to 51st/Hobart Street. Quaint shops, trendy bars and restaurants entice passersby with a range of atmospheres from cozy to contemporary. A major cultural center, LIC is replete with museums, artist lofts as well as many outdoor and indoor galleries.
The history of Long Island City is part of its intrigue. In 1898, 28 years after the original villages and hamlets consolidated themselves into one, Long Island City officially became a part of New York City when the city expanded its borders to include Queens.
The opening of the Queensboro Bridge and other transportation additions made this area even more accessible, which furthered industrial growth here. The decline of manufacturing in the U.S. in the 1970's helped begin to turn this area into a major cultural center with world-class art and working artists. This trend continued in the 21st century with the renovation of warehouses into luxury condos. Today, businesses and residents alike seek out the convenience of Long Island City.