Work Underway For First Two Towers At The Grand At Sky View Parc, Flushing

The Grand at Sky View ParcThe Grand at Sky View Parc, rendering by Dawn Digital via the NYT

Last week, sales for the second tower at The Grand at Sky View Parc launched with $85 million worth of contracts, according to Curbed. The project includes three residential towers totaling 750 condo units, and will be built atop a previously constructed retail podium and parking garage at 135-14 Roosevelt Avenue, in downtown Flushing. Construction is underway for the first two towers, with completion expected in late 2016. The first tower is already 95 percent sold. Onex Real Estate Partners is developing and the interiors are being designed by Peter Clewes’ architectsAlliance.

The Grand at Sky View Parc

The Grand at Sky View Parc, rendering via Onex Real Estate Partners

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3 Comments on "Work Underway For First Two Towers At The Grand At Sky View Parc, Flushing"

  1. Union "thug" | December 1, 2015 at 8:15 pm |

    Unfortunately tenants will be renting and leasing sub par builds. Build with unskilled illegals. Cutting corners all the way. While paying for premium quality. It’s all about profit. You would think when it comes to building and construction it would be done as cheap as humanly possible. But it is. All residential is going this way. It’s disgusting. Not to mention our own local citizens being put out of work. Jobs given to whoever will work cheapest. Money going back to other countries. Yea… Sure.. There willing to work for less. Wouldn’t you if you lived in Nicaragua?

  2. Mediawatcher | March 15, 2016 at 9:55 am |

    You and your fellow union goons have thugged yourselves out of the picture, and good riddance. If you’re out of work, it’s your own fault! Globalization is here, permanently, so you can just stay in your delusional time warp and criticize those who are planning for the future. Keep looking backward, you are now obsolete.

  3. eddie abrams | August 5, 2016 at 5:23 pm |

    clean up flushing creek first

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