A 15-story, 43-unit residential building in Long Island City has successfully completed its foundation work, according to the Court Square Blog (h/t YIMBY). And with that milestone, the development under way at 41-32 27th Street, just north of the Queensboro Bridge, is getting ready to begin rising above ground.
The building will span more than 43,000 square feet of space, and according to YIMBY's calculations, that means each of the rental units will measure about 800 square feet. Amenities will include a fitness center, communal rooftop area, 23-slot bike storage space, and private storage for residents.
The building is being developed by Hakimian Organization while the interior design will be handled by David Howell Design. ARC Architecture + Design Studio is charged with the project’s architecture; it's expected to be wrapping up by 2017.