There’s lots of talk as of late that Queens is the new hot place to live. With places like this one, you’d have to believe that statement just might have some truth to it.
The corner apartment is located at 4610 Center Boulevard, a recently constructed building on the East River waterfront in Long Island City designed by international award-winning architecture firm Arquitectonica. The 26-story tower has an iconic curved, modern design that provides a fitting backdrop for another icon, Long Island City’s beloved PepsiCo sign.
The two-bedroom, two-bath apartment takes full advantage of its location with huge banks of floor-to-ceiling windows. The home is bathed in morning sunlight and has views of Queens.
It features an open floor plan, with bedrooms on the ends for privacy. The classic black and white kitchen has stone counters, a dishwasher, and plenty of counter and storage space. There is also a gracious entry foyer, and a washer and dryer in the unit.
Right outside are the banks of the East River and the landscaping and walkways of Gantry Plaza State Park with spectacular views of the water, Queensboro Bridge, Manhattan and Roosevelt Island. The building also offers a private fitness club, club room, private garden, 24-hour concierge, bike storage, valet and a landscaped roof deck.
The location is one subway stop from Manhattan via the 7. Other transportation options include the East River Ferry, E, M and G trains.
The tower is TF Cornerstone’s sixth project on the Long Island City waterfront.
This unit is listed by Ivan Urgiles of TF Cornerstone. Check out more photos below.
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