The official groundbreaking ceremony for TF Cornerstone‘s two-towered Hunters Point South project in Long Island City will be held today. In addition to over 1,000 new apartments, the site will give rise to what will temporarily become the tallest skyscraper on Queens’ East River waterfront. Fresh renderings have also been released, revealing additional exterior details of the buildings as well as the landscaped greenery and waterfront esplanade. The buildings’ addresses are 52-03 and 52-41 Center Boulevard.
Following several years of construction and development, Level One Holdings has officially launched sales at 10 Lenox Avenue in South Harlem. Located on the corner of 111 Street and Lennox Avenue, the eight-story building contains a collection of 29 condominium units, multiple outdoor areas, and clear views of Central Park.
Permits have been filed for a seven-story mixed-use building at 2468 Tiebout Avenue in Fordham, The Bronx. Located between East 188th Street and East Fordham Road, the interior lot is two blocks east of the Fordham Road subway station, serviced by the B and D trains. Kim Tasher under the SKF Development LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits have been filed for a seven-story mixed-use building at 87-67 170th Street in Jamaica, Queens. Located between Hillside Avenue and 88th Avenue, the interior lot is two blocks east of the 169th Street subway station, serviced by the F train. Mirza Rahman under the Kingston Property LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Twelve years after its initial proposal, Star Tower at 27-17 42nd Road in Long Island City is finally approaching completion. In 2007, the 26-story, 184-unit tower was slated to star as the tallest and largest apartment development in the Court Square District. Today, the building gets lost amid the newly emerged constellation of high-rises, yet a series of design transformations have produced a final product far superior to the original. The finely crafted façade, designed by JDS Architects, projects a refined modernism and balances contextual reference to its glass-walled neighbors with subtle stylistic expression.