May 19, 2015 By Jackie Strawbridge
The first group of residents moved into the 925-unit Hunters Point South development last week.
Thirty-one tenants moved in on Friday, May 15, according to Frank Monterisi, the senior vice president of Related. The remaining tenants will fill the development in waves as it is completed.
The first group have taken residence in the smaller of the two buildings—called Hunters Point South Crossing. That building is 32 stories tall and hosts 306 apartments. Monterisi expects that building to be full by the end of summer.
Residents have yet to move into Hunters Point South Commons, the larger of the two buildings with 37 stories tall and 619 apartments. Residents are expected to move in this summer with the building fully tenanted by the end of the year.