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Photos courtesy of Rybak Development
Photos courtesy of Rybak Development
A new eight-story condo building is slated to rise in Long Island City.

A new eight-story condo set to go up in Long Island City, QNS44, will include some unique amenities.

Located at 11-12 44th Dr., the condo will be developed by Rybak Development and is replacing two one-story buildings. QNS44 will feature 49 one-, two- and three-bedroom condos starting at $659,000, according to its website.

A rooftop pool deck will feature a heated saltwater pool, lounge seating, grill and a wet bar. The gym will include strength and training resistance, cardio and fitness equipment and free weights. The developer purchased the site in 2016 for $14 million, according to The Real Deal.

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The building will also feature what developers are calling a media/social room with an entertainment system, Wi-Fi, seating, a coffee maker and refrigerator.

QNS44 will also cater to residents’ pets with a pet spa bathing station and fan to dry off their furry friends. The building will also include indoor parking for 31 cars, YIMBY reported.

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“The past two decades have seen Long Island City transform from an industrial Manhattan portal into its own destination as Queens’ fastest growing neighborhood; a family-oriented community of professionals, artists, and businesses,” the building’s website read. “Today, that transformation is complete. Investing in an LIC home means putting your faith in a decade’s worth of sustained growth in value.”

The condos will most likely become available for purchase in the summer of 2018 as the website indicates.

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