Z Architecture Reveals New Renderings of 21-59 44th Drive in Long Island City

Rendering of 21-59 44th Drive - Z ArchitectureRendering of 21-59 44th Drive - Z Architecture

Construction is well underway on Z Architecture‘s most recent development at 21-59 44th Drive, Long Island City, one of a number of multi-unit residential projects in progress by the firm in the outer boroughs of New York City.

Renderings of the property reveal a light-colored brick building with large metal-framed windows, large private balconies on almost every floor, and a landscaped roof deck. According to permits filed with the Department of Buildings, the property would contain over 14,000 square feet of residential area, approximately 2,600 square feet of retail space, and 361 square feet of community facilities.

Rendering of 21-59 44th Drive - Z Architecture

Rendering of 21-59 44th Drive – Z Architecture

The residential area will comprise 20 individual units averaging around 740 square feet apiece. The amenity package is expected to include indoor/outdoor recreation space on the second floor and storage facilities for both packages and bicycles.

Rendering of 21-59 44th Drive - Z Architecture

Rendering of 21-59 44th Drive – Z Architecture

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3 Comments on "Z Architecture Reveals New Renderings of 21-59 44th Drive in Long Island City"

  1. Conscious of design when you do it on progress, the structure shows on renderings what you have just said. If developer’s brainpower done or acting without thought, and for no particular reason. I think you know it with your imagination under the ground. (Thanks to YIMBY)

  2. GrouchyOldMan | July 8, 2019 at 1:45 pm | Reply

    Funny how the distant renderings don’t show the elevated 7 train tracks, which are so close that people in the upper balconies will practically be able to step across to the tracks. It will also be directly in the shadow of the glass monstrosity Skyline Tower. In short, an unpleasant place to live.

    Anyway, another ugly apartment building replaces what had been a cool little bar, and the neighborhood character drops another notch.

    • spot-on. those balconies are hilarious – the 7 train is frequent and very loud. Curious what sort of sound-proofing they’re going to use – other buildings along the 7 like the Pearson have significant issues renting out the units closest to the rail for obvious reasons

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