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Renderings courtesy of the Marino Organization
Renderings courtesy of the Marino Organization
A rendering of 45-45 Center Boulevard's landscaped terrace.

The luxury real estate market in Long Island City is getting a little bigger. A 41-story waterfront tower at 45-45 Center Boulevard is taking applications for new residents.

“Our newest tower has reinvented residential living along Long Island City’s waterfront,” said Sofia Estevez, executive vice-president of property owners TF Cornerstone. “45-45 Center Boulevard is a perfect match for residents looking for a healthy and spacious neighborhood with the excitement and convenience of city living.”

The seventh floor features more than 50,000 square feet of landscaped terrace. Amenities include a volleyball court with beach sand, two tennis courts, a reflecting pool, dog run, a lawn and sun deck with barbecue grills, lounge chairs and benches. Other services will include club rooms, an indoor parking garage, a 24-hour concierge and valet and a fitness center.

“With the most impressive amenity package in all of Long Island City, a location that boasts panoramic views, and 12 acres of parkland, 45-45 is in a league of its own,” said Estevez.

The building, designed by Arquitectonica, offers 820 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments that feature hardwood floors, gourmet kitchens and floor to ceiling windows providing residents with views of the East River and Manhattan.

Along with these amenities, the waterfront tower provides family-friendly features including a children’s playroom designed in partnership with Apple Seeds, an award-winning children’s play space in Manhattan. The playroom will have an infant crawling area, Lego tables and interactive exhibits.

45-45 Center Boulevard is TF Cornerstone’s fifth and largest building in Long Island City, with a sixth property expected to be completed by the end of the summer.

 

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