Long Island City’s Tallest Tower: Panoramic Views, 75-Foot Outdoor Pool and Amenities Galore

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    At 778 feet, Skyline Tower is the second tallest building in Queens. The 67-story glass tower offers 802 units with 360-degree panoramic views.

    And 155 of those units will have private, outdoor terraces.

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    Located at 3 Court Square and designed by Whitehall Interiors, apartments feature floor-to-ceiling windows. With quartz slab countertops and backsplashes, kitchens feature stainless steel and Bosch appliances.

    Accented by bronze hardware, the bathrooms feature white marble and porcelain finishes.

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    The building, developed by United Construction Development Group, FSA Capital and Risland US Holdings LLC, features a double-height sky-lit amenity space with a mezzanine lounge overlooking a 75-foot, temperature-controlled swimming pool on the third floor. On the fifth floor, amenities overlook an exterior terrace.

    Concierge services include in-home chefs and catering, in-home salon services, housekeeping, personal shopping and travel planning.

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    The spa package includes a cedar-lined sauna, a steam room and a massage/treatment room. Pets will be treated as diplomats, with a spa, dog walking services, grooming and training. Yes, the vets make house calls.

    Children can go “around the world” in the hot-air balloon themed playroom.

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    Sales and marketing will be handled by Modern Spaces, with prices ranging from $500,000 to $4 million. Sales launch in spring 2019.

    Skyline will house retail on the ground floor.  At the base of the building is an entry for the Court Square station for E, G, M and 7 trains.

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    If you’re staying in the neighborhood, there’s plenty to do: Dutch Kills sports a speakeasy vibe with craft cocktails, and for culture, the Sculpture Center is two blocks away and MoMA PS1 five blocks away.

    For more information go to the Modern Spaces website.

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