Thinking about buying a home in Long Island City or Astoria? Get answers to your questions from a panel of experts at "What First Time Home Buyers Need to Know," part of the Brownstoner Home Events series.
Thinking about buying a home in Long Island City? Get answers to your questions from a panel of experts at "What First Time Home Buyers Need to Know," part of the Brownstoner Home Events series.
The bright and airy home has an open kitchen with stone counters, Bertazzoni range, and flexible lower level opening onto the private garden.
Designed by Argentinian architects Dieguez Fridman and New York firm Beyer Blinder Belle, the home features clean lines and minimalistic style.
Here’s a swank two-bedroom/two-bath apartment in Hunter’s Point that has premium finishes throughout.
This spacious duplex apartment with a soaring double-height living room, three bedrooms and two terraces is both inspiring and comfortable.
Bright and spacious, the home is a two-bedroom, two-bath with a corner exposure.
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 pleasantly understated take on casual modern living, the building has a plum-red brick façade that echoes that of the original industrial lofts that line nearby blocks.
This well-designed, modern space in Long Island City sits atop an eight-story building that pays homage to the nautical history of the surrounding neighborhood.