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Images Courtesy of Pete Thompson
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The Pearson Court Square, located at 45-50 Pearson St. in Long Island City, has begun to lease its 197 units.

Long Island City real estate is heating up this summer with another rental building hitting the market.

The Pearson Court Square, located at 45-50 Pearson St., has begun leasing its 197 units. The 14-story building offers studio to two-bedroom apartments.

Douglas Elliman Development Marketing is exclusively handling the marketing and leasing. The Pearson Court Square was transformed by L +M Development from a vacant lot into a state-of-the-art building, designed by architecture firm SLCE.

“Long Island City is exploding with luxury new developments and The Pearson Court Square is a prime example of the strength of the market,” said Cliff Finn, executive vice president at Douglas Elliman Development Marketing. “We are excited to be launching such an innovative development.”

Each residence at The Pearson Court Square features high ceilings, double-pane oversized windows, individually controlled heating and cooling, modern kitchens with stainless steel appliances, and stylish bathrooms. Private terraces are also available in select residences.

Other amenities include a 24-hour attended lobby, an outdoor basketball court, a bocce court, fitness center, and yoga studio. There is also access to a landscaped terrace on the second and tenth floors, and a roof deck with dining lounges and barbecue grills.

“We are thrilled to bring his exciting, condo-property to Long Island City,” said David Dishy, president of development and acquisition at L + M Development. “The Pearson Court Square will offer an incredible slate of top-quality amenities and bright, well-appointed apartments that we hope will provide residents a warm and inviting place to call home.”

In a commitment to sustainable design, three rooftop wind turbines were installed to help with a portion of the building’s energy generation, while also adding to the building’s exterior look.

The Pearson Court Square is steps away from the Court Square subway station with access to the E, M, R, 7 and G lines.

 

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