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Photo courtesy of Modern Spaces
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Move-ins to The Addition LIC are slated for July 2018.

On the hunt for a luxury apartment in Long Island City? Look no further than Dutch Kills.

The Hakimian Organization in partnership with Modern Spaces announced the launch of a six-story, 94-unit apartment, located at 33-01 38th Ave.

The available units include studio apartments in addition to one-, two- and three-bedroom options. Also available for rent is a unique collection of three townhouses and four penthouse apartments.

The original commercial building was constructed by architect firm GreenbergFarrow. The Addition LIC project was developed by the Hakimian Organization, a developer, owner and manager of New York real estate since 1970, and Modern Spaces, an independently owned real estate brokerage company that specializes in residential and commercial sales and leasing as well as project development and marketing in New York City.

“The Addition LIC was designed to transform an idle commercial building into 94 warm, welcoming homes by adding several floors above the existing property, hence the project’s name, The Addition LIC,” said Jay Hakimian of The Hakimian Organization. 

Construction for the project was completed in April 2018, and move-ins to the apartment are slated for July 2018.

Photo courtesy of Modern Spaces

Photo courtesy of Modern Spaces

Eric Benaim, the founder and CEO of Modern Spaces, said that people are more willing to invest in projects in Queens because they believe in the borough’s potential and growth. He said that Long Island City was especially a point of interest for first and second home buyers as well as empty-nesters.

The 94-unit apartment currently has listings up on the Modern Spaces website, and those interested can even take a virtual tour of one or two bedroom units.

According to Modern Spaces all units will be equipped with state-of-the-art indoor and outdoor amenities. Inside the studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments are 9’ to 11’ ceilings, brushed oak hardwood floors and in-unit washers and dryers. Also included are a fully equipped fitness center with a Peloton bike, a billiards room, a game room with an arcade, a screening room with movie theater-style seating and a bike-storage room.

Outside the apartments are three rooftop terraces, a playground, a putting green, a dog run, an oversized chess gameboard, a shuffleboard court, a bocce ball court and a picnic area.

The Addition LIC is centrally located near public transportation, including the M and R trains across the street and 7, N, W, R, M and F train lines a few short blocks away. Additionally, the apartments are near several local attractions, restaurants and bars like Smorgasburg Queens, Dutch Kills Central, LIC Beer Project, Dutch Kills Bar, Museum of the Moving Image and the Fisher Landau Center. 

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