Designed by Argentinian architects Dieguez Fridman and New York firm Beyer Blinder Belle, the home features clean lines and minimalistic style.
Created as a series of interlocking cubes and diagonal facets that project and recess at the upper levels, Corte is a collaboration between Argentinian architect Dieguez Fridman and the distinguished New York-based firm of Beyer Blinder Belle.
A buyer just snatched up the warehouse at 21-30 44th Drive, between 21st Street and 23rd Street in LIC, for $13,700,000. The 17,500-square-foot lot currently holds a one-story, 12,930-square-foot warehouse. It’s zoned for both manufacturing and residential use, with a FAR of 4. (The current building on site is built up to a FAR of .74) But don’t count on a residential build coming — after some online sleuthing it looks like the buyer, Kupoint USA Corporation, is in the business of warehouse storage. GMAP
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