Developers Simon Baron Development and Quadrum Global have officially announced the launch of leasing at ALTA LIC, a soaring new porcelain and glass tower in the thriving Queens Plaza neighborhood of Long Island City, Queens.
The Durst Organization has released new renderings of 10 Halletts Point, the new 405 unit rental building which will be the first to open at the 7 building Halletts Point megaproject in Astoria. Designed by Dattner Architects, 10 Halletts Point features studios, 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartments spread over 2 towers.
JDS Development Group teamed up with the award-winning CetraRuddy Architecture to build Saltmeadow, a 60 apartment/townhome rental community in the tranquil beachside neighborhood of Far Rockaway, Queens.
Construction has officially topped out on the TWA Hotel At JFK International Airport, one year after groundbreaking on December 15, 2016. The hotel breathes new life into the adjacent iconic, 1962 Eero Saarinen-designed TWA Flight Center, which will become the hotel's lobby and will feature an museum/ exhibition space open to the public.
Sales are now underway at F&T Group's Tangram House South condominium project and the project is already reportedly nearly 50% sold. Tangram House South is the first phase of the 4-building megaproject which will bring 1.2 million SF of total development over 4 separate buildings in partnership with SCG America.
D.A. Development Group and JBL Development have revealed their new mixed-use project, The Smyth, in Long Island City's Dutch Kills neighborhood. The developers are finishing up excavation and foundation work is expected to begin in the near future. The Smyth will feature 75,000 SF of usable space including 30,000 SF of residential condos and 12,800 SF of commercial use
New renderings have been revealed for the new residential project to be located at 32-65 107th Street in East Elmhurst, Queens. The project was first announced in 2015 and is under development by Qin Li of Triple 8 Real Properties.
LeFrak has returned to its roots and revealed their new $70 million redesign of LeFrak City in Corona, Queens. The renovation takes their master-planned community that the company founded in 1962 to the next generation.
A trendy new commercial building developed by Fernando Magalhaes and designed by Bluarch Architecture has been revealed at 40-17 28th Avenue in Astoria. The project will rise 3 stories, 49', and will feature 37,443 SF of total development with 7,113 SF of restaurant space and 7,131 SF of community space.