Silverback Development Launches Sales for Hero LIC, at 24-16 Queens Plaza South in Long Island City

Rendering of Hero LIC - Redundant PixelRendering of Hero LIC - Redundant Pixel

In an exclusive reveal, Silverback Development has officially launched sales for Hero LIC, a new condominium building at 24-16 Queens Plaza South in Long Island City, Queens. The Serhant Team at Nest Seekers International will serve as the sales and marketing agent for the property.

Designed by Woods Bagot Architects, Hero LIC features an asymmetrical undulating form that incorporates a series of residential balconies that increasingly cantilever out as the building rises. Beyond making an aesthetic statement, the design helps maximize interior space and views of the surrounding neighborhood.

Rendering of residential lobby at Hero LIC - Woods Bagot

Rendering of residential lobby at Hero LIC – Redundant Pixel

As previously reported by YIMBY, the building will contain 109 condominiums that range from studios to two-bedroom units with prices starting at $500,000. The building also supports more than 15,000 square feet of amenities including a Zen garden, a 3,000-square-foot veranda, a deck and interior lounge at the roof level, and a fitness center.

Rendering of the fitness center at Hero LIC - Woods Bagot

Rendering of the fitness center at Hero LIC – Redundant Pixel

Rendering of the fitness center at Hero LIC - Woods Bagot

Rendering of the fitness center at Hero LIC – Redundant Pixel

Rendering of the communal roof deck at Hero LIC - Woods Bagot

Rendering of the communal roof deck at Hero LIC – Redundant Pixel

Rendering of outdoor terrace and lounge areas at Hero LIC - Woods Bagot

Rendering of outdoor terrace and lounge areas at Hero LIC – Redundant Pixel

[UPDATE] The announced completion date for the project is fall 2019.

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4 Comments on "Silverback Development Launches Sales for Hero LIC, at 24-16 Queens Plaza South in Long Island City"

  1. It’s a lot of fun to see the design of this beautiful, fifty-story design. How do you make a low? Curtain, window, straight lines, curve lines and large or small. It must be associated with planning purposes. Does anyone agree? It also does not include street views. The boring time looks down to a fleet of cars. (Thanks to Michael Young)

  2. They left the elevated 7 line out of the rendering. Not to mention the constant noise from it and the bridge ramp traffic.

  3. David in Bushwick | July 23, 2019 at 10:10 am | Reply

    This is an interesting project. It’s great that a pre-war building shell has been saved to keep a little context for this neighborhood that is quickly losing its identity. The tower could not be anymore obvious that it has been added on top – and that’s okay.

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