Renderings from Node Architecture offer a first look at Shato Residence, a new multifamily residential development in Astoria, Queens. Located at 28-50 47th Street, the building will contain four units, a sizable rooftop garden, and three parking spaces.
The scope of construction includes a gut renovation and expansion of an existing two-story two-family home. The resulting building will comprise 5,900 square feet and top out at three stories tall. The first-floor unit is a duplex apartment, and the third-floor apartment features a double-height dining area with a private outdoor terrace.
The façade will comprise a mix of white and gray cementitious materials with brown window accents and an asymmetrical silhouette that will dramatically enhance the existing residential block.
Like many projects from Node Architecture’s design team, the building will be constructed to Passive House standards. The resulting structure will be above the board in regard to energy efficiency, air tightness, and internal temperature control.
The project team has not confirmed when Shato Residence might be completed or price points for the four apartments.