The expansive great room at the center of apartment 7B in the Bond, a new collection of elegant condominiums in the Hunters Point area of Long Island City, offers Manhattan views and southern light. What’s more, it opens onto that most prized of New York City attainments: a spacious balcony with room for lounging, gardening and grilling.
The 42-unit development prides itself on its elegant finishes, with such touches as floor-to-ceiling windows and 5-inch wide oak plank flooring. The kitchen at the center of the great room is outfitted with cutting edge appliances by Bosch, custom cabinetry and a ton of counter space.
The unit has three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and seven closets, including a walk-in number. Both bathrooms are appointed with Kohler fixtures, elegant marble accents and radiant heated floors. And all apartments in the Bond have a washer-dryer for convenience.
The home also has a Toshiba heating/cooling system, smart door locks and an in-unit Bosch washer/dryer.
The glass and brick exterior is a striking homage to Long Island City’s industrial past. The building, which looks out over the expanse of Gantry Plaza State Park, has a full menu of amenities, with a fitness center, bike room, package room and garage parking for sale. There is a landscaped outdoor courtyard on the ground floor, as well as a lounge in the building for entertaining guests.
The Bond is located a few blocks from the waterfront Gantry Plaza State Park and is near the 7, E, M and G trains at Court Square. A 10-minute walk takes one to the city’s busiest transportation hub, Queens Plaza, for the N and W trains. There is also ferry service available.
Listed by Andy Dimakopoulos and Heath Tucker of Modern Spaces, the home is asking $1.86 million. Taxes are $1,339 and common charges are $1,066.