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Peek at the posh amenities of Long Island City’s first co-living rental

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ALTA LIC will feature a mix of traditional luxury rentals and co-living microsuites managed by Ollie

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As Long Island City’s first co-living rental gets ready to launch leasing next month, the developers behind the 43-story tower have unveiled a host of new renderings that are offering us a peek at all the amenities the building will have to offer when complete.

ALTA LIC, as this rental is known, has a mix of traditional rentals, and a group of co-living microsuites that will be managed by Ollie, the same service provider behind NYC’s first micro-living building, Carmel Place. The building will have studio through three-bedroom rentals while the co-living suites will mostly be two-bedrooms.

Most apartments here will have nine-foot-tall ceilings, oak wood flooring, washers and dryers in each unit, stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, and a deep soaking tub in the master bathroom. Rents on the traditional units start at $2,375/month (for a studio) and $3,224 per month (net) for one of the co-living microsuites.

There will be a plethora of amenities on offer that residents of all of the building’s 467 apartments will be able to access. These include an indoor lap pool, an 18-hole golf simulator, a yoga studio, a fitness center, a host of pet services, a co-working lounge, a landscaped outdoor deck on the 38th floor, and a landscaped rooftop terrace, among several other features.