Skyline Tower

November 27, 2016

The tallest building in Long Island City, Skyline Tower rises 67 stories. The 800 condominium units have unparalleled 360 degree views of Manhattan and the surrounding skyline.

This all glass curtainwall building is a sleek, monolithic structure with re-entrant corners articulating the form and creating a place for balconies. The designers used two shades of glass, a neutral blue on the broader faces of the building, and a clear green on the edges. The result is a building that appears to expose its special interiors beyond its glassy exterior.

The base and crown are screened with metal fins that add lightness and conceal parking at the base. This language of metal fins allows the private residential entry and the public MTA entry at the building base to both relate to each other and be separate.

The building features a double-height sky-lit amenity space with a mezzanine lounge overlooking a pool on the 3rd floor. On the 5th floor amenities overlook an exterior terrace. A fitness center, sauna, spa, yoga room, parking, and storage round out the luxury experience.

Tower 28

November 27, 2016

Tower 28 in Long Island City was designed to be a 58-story residential rental tower inclusive of a luxury amenity experience to rival any vacation destination. The building is comprised of two connected segments; the tower on 28th Street houses all of the 451 residential units, while the smaller building on 27th Street houses amenities including a pool, a fitness center, spa, sauna, and yoga studio. The two segments are connected on the 2nd floor by a covered breezeway and share a roof deck that can be opened in summer months via a Nanawall to the pool in the amenity building.

The tower’s mass is broken into lighter volumes to create a slender volumetric expression. A combination of spandrel glass and fritted glass panels in a variety of different colors and patterns, are layered to create compositions that move up the building in shifting, dynamic movements. The observation deck on the 60th floor of the building allows residents to take in the incredible views.

Interiors were designed by Whitehall.

Jackson Park

December 14, 2016

With 1,871 stylish residences conveniently located in Long Island City, New York’s fastest changing and most centrally located neighborhood, the three skyline glass towers of Jackson Park provide unparalleled access to Manhattan and the surrounding area.

With 120,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor resort-style amenities, Jackson Park takes luxury to the next level. The Club at Jackson Park is a five-story, 45,000 square-foot collection of premium amenities, and offers an indoor/outdoor fireside lounge, demo kitchen, private dining room, gaming rooms, golf simulator, state-of-the-art fitness center with group fitness studio, a 75 foot indoor lap pool, massage treatment rooms, steam and sauna room, full-size basketball court, squash court, outdoor pool, and hot tub.

Residents also enjoy the rarest of New York amenities – your very own private 1.6-acre park, featuring a great lawn, dog park, children’s play area, bocce court, BBQ’s, and more.

25-34 Jackson Avenue

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43-30 24th Street

December 14, 2016

We collaborate with our affiliated interiors firm, Whitehall to create holistic buildings that are as thoughtfully designed on the interior as they are on the exterior.

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