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Mapping the New Developments in LIC's Court Square

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Rockrose gets most of the credit for the redevelopment of Long Island City's Court Square, and the developer does have a number of projects going up in the neighborhood. So do several other developers! The Post has a fairly thorough roundup of the microhood's new residential projects, and we've mapped them below, in the second installment of our microhood maps series. Got a microhood for us to investigate? Let us know in comments or via the tipline.

· Long Island City's Court Square area gets ready for the next wave of residential developments [NYP]
· Court Square coverage [Curbed]
· Long Island City archive [Curbed]

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1. 43-25 Hunter Street

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43-25 Hunter St
Queens, NY 11101

This building was originally intended as an office tower, but Rockrose Development's Justin Elghanayan shook his magic eight ball and came up with a more residential forecast for the neighborhood. So now 43-25 Hunter Street has 1,000 rental units.

2. Linc LIC

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43-10 Crescent St
Queens, NY 11101

This is another Rockrose project that recently topped out. The building includes 709 studio through three-bedroom rental units, and it should start leasing in the spring. Studios will average $1,750/month and 3BRs $4,150/month. There will be a 14,000-square-foot supermarket on the building's ground floor.

3. The Vista

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44-15 Purves St
Queens, NY 11101

This 48-unit condo recently hit the market—apparently, the first eight units released for sale sold out in 25 minutes. People seem to like Feng Shui-adjusted interior design. Lesson learned!

4. Purves I

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44-35 Purves St
Queens, NY 11101

This Criterion Group project will have 151 rental units (studios through two-bedrooms) and 21 parking spaces, a gym, lounge, and shared rooftop space. The developer recently filed for relevant DOB permits.

5. Purves II

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44-51 Purves St
Long Island City, NY 11101

This companion to Purves I will have 119 units and 19 parking spaces, plus a similar set of amenities—gym, lounge, shared rooftop space.

6. 26-14 Jackson Avenue

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26-14 Jackson Ave
Queens, NY 11101

Ekstein Development and L+M have a 98-unit rental building in the works here, 20 percent of which will be affordable. Amenities: fitness center, bike storage, roof deck and other unspecified amenities. The building broke ground in June, according to the Ekstein website, and will be done in the first quarter of 2014.

7. 46-09 11th Street

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46-09 11th St
Queens, NY 11101

This Ekstein project will contain 59 rental units, again with 20 percent affordable housing. The whole thing—including gym, garage, storage, and roof deck—should be done in the fourth quarter of 2013.

8. 44th Drive and 11th Street

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11th St & 44th Dr
Queens, NY 11101

The third Ekstein LIC project in the works will have 100 units, according to the project website, and is supposed to break ground this quarter. Completion date: third quarter 2014. (Sadly, there's no rendering available yet.)

9. One Murray Park

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11-25 45th Ave
Queens, NY 11101

The Post finds one very happy One Murray Park buyer who recently spent $550,000 one a 1BR with a terrace. The building hit the market about five months ago.

10. 27 on 27th

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27-3 42nd Rd
Queens, NY 11101

There are no official listings yet for this project, a 27-story, 142-unit rental building, but there's a teaser site with some floorplans. Two-bedroom apartments start at $3,350/month.

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1. 43-25 Hunter Street

43-25 Hunter St, Queens, NY 11101

This building was originally intended as an office tower, but Rockrose Development's Justin Elghanayan shook his magic eight ball and came up with a more residential forecast for the neighborhood. So now 43-25 Hunter Street has 1,000 rental units.

43-25 Hunter St
Queens, NY 11101

2. Linc LIC

43-10 Crescent St, Queens, NY 11101

This is another Rockrose project that recently topped out. The building includes 709 studio through three-bedroom rental units, and it should start leasing in the spring. Studios will average $1,750/month and 3BRs $4,150/month. There will be a 14,000-square-foot supermarket on the building's ground floor.

43-10 Crescent St
Queens, NY 11101

3. The Vista

44-15 Purves St, Queens, NY 11101

This 48-unit condo recently hit the market—apparently, the first eight units released for sale sold out in 25 minutes. People seem to like Feng Shui-adjusted interior design. Lesson learned!

44-15 Purves St
Queens, NY 11101

4. Purves I

44-35 Purves St, Queens, NY 11101

This Criterion Group project will have 151 rental units (studios through two-bedrooms) and 21 parking spaces, a gym, lounge, and shared rooftop space. The developer recently filed for relevant DOB permits.

44-35 Purves St
Queens, NY 11101

5. Purves II

44-51 Purves St, Long Island City, NY 11101

This companion to Purves I will have 119 units and 19 parking spaces, plus a similar set of amenities—gym, lounge, shared rooftop space.

44-51 Purves St
Long Island City, NY 11101

6. 26-14 Jackson Avenue

26-14 Jackson Ave, Queens, NY 11101

Ekstein Development and L+M have a 98-unit rental building in the works here, 20 percent of which will be affordable. Amenities: fitness center, bike storage, roof deck and other unspecified amenities. The building broke ground in June, according to the Ekstein website, and will be done in the first quarter of 2014.

26-14 Jackson Ave
Queens, NY 11101

7. 46-09 11th Street

46-09 11th St, Queens, NY 11101

This Ekstein project will contain 59 rental units, again with 20 percent affordable housing. The whole thing—including gym, garage, storage, and roof deck—should be done in the fourth quarter of 2013.

46-09 11th St
Queens, NY 11101

8. 44th Drive and 11th Street

11th St & 44th Dr, Queens, NY 11101

The third Ekstein LIC project in the works will have 100 units, according to the project website, and is supposed to break ground this quarter. Completion date: third quarter 2014. (Sadly, there's no rendering available yet.)

11th St & 44th Dr
Queens, NY 11101

9. One Murray Park

11-25 45th Ave, Queens, NY 11101

The Post finds one very happy One Murray Park buyer who recently spent $550,000 one a 1BR with a terrace. The building hit the market about five months ago.

11-25 45th Ave
Queens, NY 11101

10. 27 on 27th

27-3 42nd Rd, Queens, NY 11101

There are no official listings yet for this project, a 27-story, 142-unit rental building, but there's a teaser site with some floorplans. Two-bedroom apartments start at $3,350/month.

27-3 42nd Rd
Queens, NY 11101