As the tallest building in Queens, the new residential skyscraper, Skyline Tower, takes the crown. By breaking both height records (964 feet) and an anticipated record total dollar sellout (anticipated at $1.008 billion), Skyline Tower is officially the queen of Queens.
The 802-unit development rises 67 stories at 3 Court Square and offers stunning 360-degree panoramic views of Manhattan.
Designed by Hill West Architects with interiors by Whitehall Interiors, this Long Island City condominium began closings in February. Led by brokerage Modern Spaces, the building has already sold 41 percent of its homes with 325 units in contract
Boasting a less than 10-minute commute to midtown, Skyline’s developers redesigned the adjacent Court Sq-23 St. subway station, to make the commute even sweeter. The redesign made the station’s Manhattan-bound side accessible in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) with a new elevator, ramp, gate for wheelchair access and additional low turnstiles to improve passenger flow.
The studio to four-bedroom units all have clean, modern interiors with a curtain wall floor-to-ceiling windows and a wide range of amenities.
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