Sales have officially launched at the 67-story luxury Long Island City condominium Skyline Tower. Soaring at 778 feet, the tower is the tallest building in NYC, outside Manhattan.
Located at 3 Court Square in Long Island City’s blossoming Court Square neighborhood, the tower’s elegant studio-to-four-bedroom homes were designed by Hill West Architect’s design arm, Whitehall Interiors, and range in size from 400 to 1,547 square feet.
Queens brokerage firm Modern Spaces is exclusively handling marketing and sales at the tower, which has already sold $223 million worth of inventory since the project’s soft launch in May 2019, equating to 25% of the building’s 802 units.
Skyline Tower initially broke the record for the highest projected sell out at $1.067 billion, which excluded penthouses that will be released at a later date.
The building is being developed as a joint venture by Risland Holdings LLC, FSA Capital and United Construction & Development Group, with plans for 26,841 square feet of ground-floor retail space, as well as a new multi-million-dollar Court Square subway stop at the building’s base.
Interiors were designed by Whitehall Interiors with spacious layouts crafted to evoke a modern-yet-timeless aesthetic.
Kitchens showcase refined, modern finishes, including quartz slab countertops with matching backsplashes and top-of-the-line stainless-steel Bosch appliances.
The bathrooms exhibit clean design with beautiful porcelain and bronze fixtures by Kohler.
Skyline Tower’s light-filled amenities include a 75-foot temperature-controlled lap pool.
There is also a whirlpool spa with steam and sauna rooms.
The fully-equipped fitness facility includes both weights and cardio machines.
Thie children’s playroom has a hot air balloon-theme.
The third-floor resident lounge has an integrated business center, large-screen television, and a billiards table while the fifth-floor lounge area offers a demonstration kitchen and a fully-furnished, double-height terrace.
Premium concierge services include a full-time doorman and concierge; private yoga and Pilates classes; group weight and cardio classes; aquatic fitness lessons; massage therapy; pet-friendly programs, including dog walking, daycare, grooming, behavioral training and veterinary house calls; in-home chef and catering services; furniture installation; personal shopping; in-home salon services; travel and transportation planning; home-office tech support; housekeeping and more.
Pricing starts at $500,000 to $4 million and move-ins are set to begin in 2020.
Deidre Woollard served as the lead editor on Luxist.com for six years writing about real estate, auctions, jewelry and luxury goods. Her love for luxury real estate led her to work at realtor.com and two of the top real estate brokerages in Los Angeles as well as doing publicity for properties around the world.