Here’s a swank two-bedroom/two-bath apartment in Hunter’s Point that has premium finishes throughout and a host of enviable amenities. It’s located at 46-20 11th Street in Hunter’s Point, a section of Long Island City that is seeing a wave of building boom ahead of Amazon’s future arrival.
The building, called The Bond, contains 42 residences wrapped in a sleekly buttoned-down brick and glass exterior with playful references to the neighborhood’s industrial past.
Inside, the apartment has a smart and stylish design, with a large main room with floor to ceiling windows and open kitchen at the center of its plan. The latter is outfitted with custom Egger cabinetry, quartz countertops and backsplashes and Bosch stainless steel appliances.
Both bedrooms are spacious. The master has two closets and an en suite bath, while the second bedroom has two closets as well. Bathrooms have porcelain, radiantly heated tiles and the one near the entrance has a spacious walk-in shower.
Wide plank oak flooring, while high ceilings and oversized windows flood the space with light and views. There’s also a multifunctional heating-cooling system and a Bosch washer/dryer near the kitchen. An extra closet can be found next to the entrance.
Located a few blocks from the waterfront at Gantry Plaza State Park, The Bond is near the 7, E, M and G trains at Court Square and about a 10-minute walk from one of the city’s busiest transportation hubs at Queens Plaza, with N and W trains. There is also ferry service for the downtown-bound.
Listed by Andy Dimakopoulos and Heath Tucker of Modern Spaces, the home is asking $1.23 million. Monthly taxes are $957 and common charges are $761.