NYC New Developments


Building Description

LIC newest address, which is known as The Hayden, at 43-25 Hunter Street near Court Square in Long Island City was first announced in 2013 by Rockrose Development, it was planned as the tallest building in Queens.
When it was topped out in May, 2016 at 50 stories and 535 feet high, Rockrose had planned a taller rental tower at 43-22 Queens Street that will rise 598 feet and be known as the Eagle Electric Factory development.
This tower, which was designed by SLCE Architects, however, has 924 apartments while Eagle Electric will have only 783. It is scheduled for completion in early 2017.
The Hayden will be the city’s largest “80-20” project outside of Manhattan as 20 percent of its units, or 195 apartments, are “affordable.”
Rockrose, one of the city’s major residential builders, however, is not destined to hold the title of building the borough’s highest building.
Property Market Group swooped in with a 772-foot-high condominium apartment tower it proposed at 29-37 41st Avenue. It will contain 930 apartments and is due for completion in 2019.
Before that tower is completed, however, United Construction & Development is expected to be completed in 2017 a 964-foot-high building at 22-15 44th Drive.

Christie Property Group is not the owner nor do we have the exclusive for this property.

974
UNITS
50
STORIES
2017
BUILT

Building Features

Bicycle Room
Business Center
Common Outdoor Space
Concierge
Doorman
Elevator
Garage
Health Club
Laundry
Lounge
New Construction
Nursery
Receiving Room
Roof Deck
Subway
Valet
Wheelchair Access
WiFi

 


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Nearby Subways

  • G Jackson Ave & 45th Ave (~0.07 mile)
  • E G M 7 Hunter St & 44th Ave (~0.09 mile)
  • N Q 7 Queens Plaza South & 27th St (~0.22 mile)
  • E M R Jackson Ave & West St (~0.23 mile)
  • F 21st St & 41st Ave (~0.44 mile)

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