Skyline Tower, Queens’ tallest building, launches first sales

May 2, 2019

Queens’ Skyline Tower has launched its first 20 listings, providing a glimpse of what we can expect when the official sales gallery opens up later this spring (h/t Curbed). In addition to taking the title of 6sqft’s 2018 Building of the Year, the 67-story building caused a stir last year for its notable height—it will be the tallest in the borough—and proximity to Amazon’s planned HQ in Long Island City, leading to a record-breaking $1 billion sellout. When complete, the Hill West Architects-designed, 778-foot-tall tower will house 802 condos. The 20 live listings include studio- to three-bedroom units, ranging in price from $660,400 for a studio to $2,325,610 for a three-bedroom with outdoor space.

Developed by United Construction & Development Group, FSA Capital, and Risland US Holdings, and located at 23-15 44th Drive, the property sits next to the elevated 7 subway line and the CUNY School of Law, from which the developer bought air rights, as 6sqft previously reported. Construction is slated for completion by 2021.

Inside, the Whitehall Interiors-designed condos range from 405 to 1,326 square feet and boast floor-to-ceiling windows with unbeatable city views. Nearly 20 percent of units will have private, outdoor terraces.

The kitchens boast “clean, modern details” according to the project’s website, including quartz slab countertops and backsplashes, stainless steel appliances and a suite of Bosch kitchen equipment.

Master suites will all include an ensuite bathroom—with a subtle marble, porcelain, and bronze palette—and a walk-in closet, while the studio units promise “smart layouts and a flood of sunlight to feel spacious while offering maximum efficiency.”

Residents can enjoy a huge collection of amenities, including a 75-foot heated indoor pool with spa-like facilities, two resident lounges, a fitness center and yoga studio, children’s playroom, a pet spa, and private parking.


All renderings courtesy of Binyan Studios

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