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Queens Plaza set for transformation with over 1,400 new luxury units by 2026

Noble LIC, at 27-09 40th Ave., is among the six projects in the works at Queens Plaza. Rendering courtesy of Noble LIC

Apr. 29, 2024 By Ethan Marshall

A total of 1,412 units across six upcoming luxury buildings are expected to transform the Queens Plaza area in Long Island City by creating much-needed housing in the area.

All six projects are expected to be completed as early as this year and no later than 2026. As each project nears completion, the housing units will be put on the market.

One of the projects anticipated to be completed this year is the Noble, at 27-09 40th Ave. This luxury condominium building will consist of 46 units across six floors. Among the amenities for homeowners are indoor parking, bike storage, a residents lounge, a fitness center, rooftop terraces and personal storage lockers. The building is also pet-friendly. This project was developed by Gus Vorillas and Tony Raouf, and the architect is HCN Architect.

The other project expected to be completed in 2024 is the Mason, at 40-46 24th St. Another luxury condominium building, the Mason, will consist of 42 units across six floors. Amenities for each unit include washers and dryers and Latch keyless entry doors. A majority of the homes there will have private outdoor spaces. Jasper Wu is the developer of this project and the architect is My Architect P.C.

Radiant, located at 24-01 Queens Plaza North, is expected to be completed sometime in 2025. This luxury condominium building will consist of 117 units across 19 floors. Amenities there will include a penthouse resident lounge, communal outdoor spaces, on-site parking, and a fitness center. New Empire Corp. is the developer of this building, and ODA New York is the architect.

Link is the other project with a completion date in 2025. Located at 25-01 Queens Plaza North, this luxury rental building will have 413 units across 26 floors. This building is being developed by Grubb Properties, working with Handel Architects. Details on amenities have not yet been provided.

The largest project being worked on in the area is appropriately named Queens Plaza. Located at 29-10 Northern Blvd., this luxury rental building will have 561 units across 46 floors. It is expected to be completed at some point in 2026. While amenities have not yet been announced for the building, it will not have accessory parking. This large project is being handled by the development firm Largavista Companies and the architectural firm CetraRuddy Architecture.

The final project in the works at Queens Plaza is a 233-unit, eight-floor rental building at 40-25 Crescent St. This unnamed project is anticipated to be completed in 2026. Some of the features expected here include a cellar, a 30-foot-long rear yard, a commercial loading berth and 111 enclosed parking spaces. The developer for this property is Rosenwach and the architectural firm is Gene Kaufman Architect.

The much-anticipated Noble LIC spearheaded by the Patrick Smith Team at The Corcoran Group, is set to redefine urban living in the area

Noble LIC at 27-09 40th Ave.is a testament to modern design and urban luxury. It offers 46 residences ranging from studios to one and two-bedroom units. Each home is meticulously designed to meet the demands of contemporary living, featuring private outdoor spaces, in-unit washers and dryers, and high-end finishes.

Noble LIC promises to provide much-needed residential options and enhance the neighborhood’s appeal with its commitment to quality and comfort, making it a standout development in Long Island City’s dynamic housing landscape.

For more information, contact Patrick Smith at 212.380.8184 or patrick@thesmithteam.nyc

email the author: news@queenspost.com

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Selena Morales

We need affordable housing not new buildings !! We have plenty of empty “luxurious” apt

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Where Can They Sleep?

Jonathan. Don’t you know that global warming makes it nice for people who are lower income to sleep outdoors.

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