Renderings Revealed for Paper Factory Hotel in Long Island City, Queens

37-06 36th Street37-06 36th Street, rendering by DHD Architecture and Interior Design

Renderings by DHD Architecture and Interior Design have revealed their proposed six-story rooftop addition to a five-story building at 37-06 36th Street, in Long Island City, Queens. The images depict a slick metal façade, matching the painted black of the bricks on the lower floors, while contrasting with the white-red design of the existing structure.

37-06 36th Street

37-06 36th Street, rendering by DHD Architecture and Interior Design

The terrace on the roof of the existing structure is shown to be decorated with black-and-white tiling, along with large plants and plenty of seating looping around at least three sides of the structure.

More green space would come to the top of the addition, creating a scenic view of Manhattan and the rest of Long Island City for future guests. The additional six floors will add 35,000 square feet to the development.

37-06 36th Street

37-06 36th Street, rendering by DHD Architecture and Interior Design

Interiors will have a rustic charm, with hardwood floors and wall panels. The project will bring spacious room for guests to lounge while socializing or working.

37-06 36th Street

37-06 36th Street, rendering by DHD Architecture and Interior Design

An estimated completion date has not been announced.

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1 Comment on "Renderings Revealed for Paper Factory Hotel in Long Island City, Queens"

  1. Welcome Home (David) | November 20, 2017 at 7:43 am | Reply

    Open your eyes, and what do you see? (Hill or beautiful designs)

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