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New LIC Condos Inspired by Area's Industrial Past Launch Sales

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Name/Address: 25-19 43rd Avenue
Developer: Eckstein Development
Architect: GF55
Size: Nine floors, 86 units
Prices: Starting from $490K
Sales and Marketing: Douglas Elliman

New renderings have emerged for the interiors of Eckstein Development's nine-story residential building, The Dutch, in Long Island City. The developers have also launched sales, with condos ranging from $490,000 for a 473-square-foot studio to $1.21 million for a 1,046-square-foot two-bedroom apartment. (h/t BuzzBuzzHome)

The building features a total of 86 units. Amenities include a fitness center, a parking garage, a landscaped roof terrace and a private billiards lounge.

Eckstein purchased the property, which is a group of four lots back in 2013 for $13.34 million.

Some of the standout features in the apartments include 10-foot high ceilings, wide plank oak hardwood flooring, and quartz stone counters in the kitchen.

GF55 Partners are the architects on the project and while designing the interiors of the building, particularly the lobby, the architects focused on the neighborhood's industrial history through their use of reclaimed wood, metal, and stone.

Douglas Elliman is in charge of the sales and marketing of the building.

· Dutch LIC [Buzz Buzz Home]
· Listing [StreetEasy]
· New Looks at Long Island City's Exoskeleton-Touting Condos [Curbed]