Five-story mixed-use, market-rate rental building

Owner

Jestam Realty LLC

Size

13 100 sq ft

Location

29-10 Broadway
Astoria, New York 11106

29-10 Broadway, in Astoria, Queens, New York is a five-story mixed-use, market-rate rental building with 64 apartments and commercial space on the ground floor.


The building includes a lounge, gym, rooftop party room, outdoor workout space, exterior recreation areas, private terraces, and 32 tenant parking spaces. Parking for retail is provided on the lower level.

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Architect: 

Aufgang Architects

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GC:

GAC Builders Ltd.

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Building Type:

Apartment

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Construction Status:

Complete

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Construction Started:

2015

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Completed In:

Summer 2018

Systems used in project

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Description

The six-story rental building at 29-10 Broadway is situated in the Astoria/Long Island City neighborhood that will soon be home to one of Amazon’s much-anticipated headquarters.

Its 64 rental units range from studios to two-bedroom layouts including penthouse-style apartments with private outdoor terraces. The building’s modern exterior was designed by Aufgang Architects; an outpost of the gourmet grocer Food Emporium serves residents and the neighborhood from retail space on the ground floor.

Interiors, crafted by Durukan Design, are spacious and feature solid oak floors, large windows, in-unit laundry and private balconies in select units. Kitchens have quartz waterfall countertops, white ceramic tile backsplashes, vintage French farmhouse lighting and stainless steel appliances.

Building residents can all enjoy a double-height lobby, co-working space overlooking a picturesque courtyard, a duplex fitness center, a landscaped rooftop lounge, virtual concierge services, a pet washing station, indoor parking and a virtual doorman.

Nearby are many of the neighborhood’s shops, cafes and galleries including the celebrated Dutch Kills Centraal gastropub and Flux Factory gallery and community space as well as the Dutch Kills Playground, the Noguchi Museum and Museum of the Moving Image. The N/W subway stops just a block away at Broadway and 31st Street.