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Queens’s tallest residential tower launches sales

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Skyline Tower, designed by Hill West Architects, will rise nearly 800 feet over Long Island City

Renderings courtesy of Binyan Studios

Skyline Tower, the 67-story building that’s poised to be the tallest building tower in Queens, has officially launched sales of its 802 condos—although a small fraction of those units (20 total) are currently on the market. The apartments that are currently for sale include studio- to three-bedroom units, ranging from mid $600,000 to $2.3 million.

Sitting across the street from Citigroup Building—which Amazon had, at one point, intended to lease for part of its now-aborted HQ2—the building is also poised to break a borough record, a spokesperson for the tower said, for having a sellout price of $1 billion.

Lobby Lounge.

The unit’s sizes go from 405 to 1,326 square feet. As far as its interiors, the tower offers airy apartments with floor-to-ceiling windows and “smart layouts” with a “flood of sunlight to feel spacious,” the project’s website reads.

The tower, developed by United Construction & Development Group, FSA Capital, and Risland US Holdings LLC; and located at 23-15 44th Drive in Long Island City, will offer 360-degree panoramic views of Manhattan and a ton of amenities including a Yoga/Pilates training room; a sauna; a social room with kitchen and terrace; a children’s playroom; a 75-feet controlled temperature swimming pool; and a pet spa.

Construction of the tower is slated to be completed in 2021.

The building’s 75-feet swimming pool will have controlled temperature.
Units at the condo will offer floor-to-ceiling windows.

Modern Spaces is handling sales of the units.