**BRAND NEW BUILDING**NO FEE**WATER FRONT**SURROUNDED BY GANTRY PLAZA STATE PARK**1 STOP TO GRAND CENTRAL**NO FEE**
rental residences raise the bar on the Long Island City waterfront
. Residents will enjoy over 50,000 square feet of amenities, including a children's playroom designed by acclaimed partner Appleseeds, two tennis courts, real sand beach volleyball courts, an expansive landscaped terrace and sun deck, wading pool, state-of-the-art fitness center and even an on-site dog run. This building offers unparalleled convenience with a 1,000-car on-site parking garage and Midtown Manhattan just a 4-minute subway ride away.AMENITIES 24-hour Concierge, Fitness Center, Garage, Garden, Landscaped Plaza, Landscaped Roof Deck, Landscaped Rooftop Terrace, On-site Parking, Playroom, Roof Park, Sun Deck, Tenant's Lounge, Tennis Court, Valet, Volleyball Court, Wading Pool, Wi-FiHIGHLIGHTS
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.FEATURED P.S. 1 CONTEMPORARY ART CENTER
An affiliate of the MoMa, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center displays some of the most experimental and diverse art from arising and renowned artists from around the world. SKYLINE VIEWS
Long Island City offers one-of-a-kind, sweeping skyline views unmatched by any other neighborhood in New York City.Gantry Plaza State Park
is a 12-acre riverside oasis that boasts spectacular views of the midtown Manhattan skyline, including the Empire State Building and the United Nations. Enjoy a relaxing stroll along the park's four piers or through the park's manicured gardens and unique mist fountain. Along the way take a moment to admire the rugged beauty of the park's centerpieces - restored gantries. These industrial monuments were once used to load and unload rail car floats and barges; today they are striking reminders of our waterfront's past. With the city skyline as a backdrop and the gantries as a stage, the park's plaza is a wonderful place to enjoy a spring or summer concert. Recreational facilities include basketball courts, playgrounds, handball courts, and a fishing pier with its own cleaning table. Cooking grills of any kind and cooking are prohibited in the Park at all times.