You are reading

Rockrose begins leasing units in 50-story Court Square building, offers incentives

Feb. 20, 2017 By Christian Murray

Rockrose has begun leasing its market-rate apartments in its much-anticipated 50 story luxury building.

The building, called Hayden and located in Court Square, is comprised of 974 apartments that come with floor-to-ceiling windows and luxury amenities such as a duplex fitness center, full-size basketball court, media room, playroom, yoga studio, dog grooming station, coffee bar and rooftop lawn.

The company is leasing studios starting from $2,465 per month, with one-bedrooms beginning at $3,125 and two bedrooms at $4,410. The studios are about 475 square feet; one bedrooms about 680 square feet; and two bedrooms approach 1,000 square feet.

There are 195-units that are deemed ‘affordable,’ with rents for studios starting at $913. Applications for those apartments closed at the end of November.

Including the affordable units, the building will be comprised of 348 studios, 459 one-bedrooms, and 167 two-bedroom apartments. The building will also have 970,000 square feet of ground floor retail.

Rockrose is offering incentives for those who rent the market rate apartments. The company is offering one-month free rent and premium cable for a year.

The building, located at 43-25 Hunter Street, is close to Rockrose’s 709 unit tower Linc LIC, which was completed in 2013 and took about a year to be fully leased.

Rockrose is making a big dent in the Court Square area.

Hayden is its second major development there after Linc LIC.

Rockrose has made significant progress on its third Court Square development, a 54-story residential tower located at 43-22 Queens Street. That tower, comprised of about 780 units, is likely to open at the end of the year.

 

 

 

email the author: [email protected]

7 Comments

Click for Comments 
LIC Res

Gorgeous building but I wonder if the quality of the apartments will be any better than Linc across the street..

Reply
Anonymous

I hope that Rockrose trains their staff better at this building than they have in 4705 Center. The doormen and the woman who runs the leasing office are atrocious. Not a good first impression for tenants and guests.

Reply

Leave a Comment
Reply to this Comment

All comments are subject to moderation before being posted.

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

Recent News

Long Island City teen sentenced in fatal shooting of ‘beloved’ school teacher at Queensbridge Houses in 2020: DA

A Long Island City man on Friday, Jan. 28, was sentenced to 19 years in prison for the 2020 fatal shooting of a public school social studies teacher who was out walking his dog when he was caught in the crossfire during a confrontation between gang rivals in broad daylight, just blocks from his home, according to Queens District Attorney’s office.

Ike Ford, 19, of 12th Street, in Long Island City, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the first degree before Queens Supreme Court Justice Kenneth Holder. The teacher, George Rosa, 53, was shot in his abdomen by a stray bullet fired by Ford, who was just 17 years old at the time of the shooting but was sentenced as an adult given the severity of the crime, according to Queens District Attorney Melinda Katz.

LaGuardia Community College receives federal funding to expand vocational training for the unemployed

LaGuardia Community College recently received more than $400,000 in federal funding to enhance and expand vocational training for underemployed New Yorkers in a city that is still working to recover from COVID-19 pandemic-induced job loss. The support was secured by U.S. Senators Charles Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand, Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez and former Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney.

LaGuardia Community College President Kenneth Adams explained that the school lost nearly a quarter of its students at the height of the pandemic due to the economic effects of the lockdown on low-income Queens households.

BP launches new advisory panel for youth to become civically engaged in the future of Queens

In an effort to get more young people involved in civics, Queens Borough President Donovan Richards has created a new advisory panel known as the Youth and Young Adult Council to introduce the “youngest and fiercest” community advocates to both community service and organization.

Members of the advisory body will advocate concerns through means of community engagement by participating in one of two cohorts. The first will be made up of high school representatives between the ages of 13 and 17, while the second cohort will be comprised of young adults between the ages of 18 and 25.

These Queens eateries are participating in the upcoming NYC Restaurant Week

NYC Restaurant Week is underway, so nix that skillet and bring family and friends to your favorite neighborhood spot, or get inspired and break bread somewhere new and different. During this special citywide culinary event, food-lovers will enjoy curated menus and prix-fixe prices that are easy on the wallet.

Bookings began on Jan. 17 and are available until Feb. 12, and you can reserve a table at 30 participating Queens restaurants, along with hundreds more across the five boroughs.