Queens’s future tallest tower will also be the first building in the borough projected to surpass $1 billion in sales. Last week, the building, which is located at 23-15 44th Drive, received approval from the state attorney general’s office for a sellout price of $1.008 billion, according to Bloomberg, which first reported on the approval.
That pricey sellout doesn’t necessarily translate into uber-pricey condos however. The 67-story building will have a total of 802 apartments, so the average price of a condo will be about $1.25 million. However, the starting price on condos at Skyline Tower (previously dubbed Court Square City View Tower) will be much lower at $600,000 and go as high as $3.04 million.
The Hill West Architect-designed building will have a large suite of amenities including like a pool, a communal terrace, a fitness center, and a yoga room. Construction on the Chris Jiashu Xu-developed Long Island City condo is currently underway, and now with the attorney general’s approval, sales should get underway soon as well.