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Long Island City’s co-living hybrid unveils its luxury rentals

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ALTA LIC has 297 luxury apartments and 170 micro co-living suites

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The Long Island City rental that’s home to both 297 luxury apartments and 170 co-living suites managed by Ollie, is now offering a first peek inside the 43-story building, which is located in the Queens Plaza area.

While the micro co-living suits will be located on floors two through 15 in the building, the luxury apartments will all be located on floor 16 and upward. These luxury rentals will come in studios through three-bedroom variants with net effective prices on studios starting at $2,375/month.

Studios at ALTA LIC, as this building is known, average 516 square feet, one-bedrooms average 723 square, two-bedrooms average 1,138 square feet, and three-bedrooms average 1,317 square feet. Leasing on the building got underway last month, with apartments asking from $2,375/month (net effective rent).

While the luxury apartments have size variants they share common features like nine-foot-tall ceilings; oak wood flooring; kitchens that come equipped with stainless steel appliances, Caesarstone countertops, and porcelain tile backsplashes; deep soaking tubs; and in-unit washers & dryers.

The photos below only pertain to the luxury units—photos for the co-living suites have yet to be unveiled.

ALTA LIC was developed by Simon Baron Development and Quadrum Global. Stephen B. Jacobs Group designed the building, and Andre Kikoski designed the amenity spaces. The first set of residents are expected to move in on June 1.