The Durst Organization has provided a first look inside of 10 Halletts Point, a dual-tower residential complex in Astoria, Queens. The property, which was designed and constructed in accordance to LEED Gold requirements, features a total of 2.4 million square feet and includes a 22-story tower, a 19-story tower, and a shared central podium. The development contains more than 400 apartments.
Dattner Architects was the architect for the project and Spacesmith designed the interiors, which intended to inspire the Danish concept of hygge, or comfort and coziness, through the use of warm color palettes, natural materials, and muted textures.
The children’s playroom is described as a “little house in the forest” with mountain-shaped seating, trees, leaf-patterned ceiling shapes with lighting, and a central playhouse.
Residents will have access to an open-air amenity deck located between the two buildings. Positioned above the central podium, this level includes outdoor cooking areas, communal seating, shaded lounge areas, and direct views of the Manhattan skyline.
As previously reported by YIMBY, studio units are priced starting at $2,150, while the most premium two-bedroom residences fetch $4,050.