2-33 50th Avenue
Major LIC Mixed-Use Project Goes Vertical
A large, multifamily, mixed-use project, has started its climb at 2-33 50th Avenue in Long Island City, Queens. General contractor, , and subcontractor, RNC Industries, recently started to pour the building's concrete superstructure, and are currently halfway through the forming process on the first floor.
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.
Designed by S9 Architecture, Jasper Hunters Point will stand feet tall and total square feet.
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 2024.