2-33 50th Avenue Update 06/20/24

Facade Installation Wrapping Up at 2-33 50th Avenue

Brett Steinberg of masonry supplier, Kings Contracting Group NY, has shared updated photos of the construction progress at 2-33 50th Avenue; a 12-story, multifamily, mixed-use project, going up in Long Island City, Queens. Since our last update, general contractor, , concrete subcontractor, RNC Industries, and Kings Contracting, have topped out the building, which was built using a block and plank construction method, consisting of concrete slabs for the floors and CMU blocks (reinforced with grout and steel rebar) for the walls. At this time, Kings has also nearly completed the facade assembly process, which involves the installation of nearly 195,000 square feet of brick.

 

Jointly developed by The VOREA GroupL+M Development Partners, and The Domain Companies, the building will be known as "Jasper Hunters Point". Designed by S9 Architecture, the structure stands feet tall and totals square feet. It will contain rental apartments.

Tenant amenities are to include a fitness center, a swimming pool, and several roof terraces. In addition to residential space, the structure will offer  square feet of ground-floor retail, 503 square feet of community facility space, and an enclosed parking garage, with enough room for vehicles. The building will also feature roof-mounted solar panels, which will help in achieving LEED Platinum certification.

 

The development is being constructed on a square foot project site, bound by 49th Avenue, 5th Street, and 50th Avenue. The entire project is expected to cost $370 million, with work estimated to take until September of 2024.

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