Around the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge in Long Island City, Queens, there’s a new skyline in the works, in a place that never really had one before. In a recent NY Times article, the development named Court Square, 26 apartment buildings with more than 9,000 apartments in Long Island City are planned or underway.
Rockrose Development has played a major role in reinventing Court Square Station in Long Island City. Rockrose Development has presented The Hayden at 43-25 Hunter Street, a 51-story luxury, residential tower, featuring a distinctive glass façade with endless views of Manhattan. Rockrose Development’s team includes SLCE Architects for the building, and the interiors were designed by Span Architecture and JG Neukomm Architecture. The Hayden offers 974 spacious and lavish units from studio to 2 bedroom apartments for rent LIC NY. The Hayden has set aside 195 units – studio, 1 bedroom and two bedroom residences designated for affordable housing determined by a lottery. These affordable housing units have been assigned and in the processed of being leased.
Resort-style amenities and services are offered at The Hayden. There’s a 5,360 square foot, two-level fitness center and imagine doing yoga facing a grassy garden in the yoga studio. There is also a rare full-size basketball court, media room, library, children’s playroom, coffee bar, dog grooming station, bike storage and no fees. In addition, there is a roof deck with grills, manicured lawns, projector, multiple green spaces, numerous lounges including a solarium, the most useful valet and an on-site parking garage.
The apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows, wood strip floors, granite counter tops, Frigidaire stainless steel appliances including built-in microwave, ceramic tiled floor in kitchen, Grohe bath fixtures, and Bosch Washer/Dryer in the unit.
For more information or to check on availability at The Hayden LIC, please visit their website.