Developed by Related Companies, Phipps Houses and Monadnock Development, and designed by SHoP Architects with Ismael Leyva Architects, the two LEED Silver and Enterprise Green Community designed buildings will offer residents a variety of apartments. Features include more generous apartment layouts and a number of shared amenities including: public terraces, fitness centers, tech centers, bike storage, a community roof-top garden, party rooms, laundry rooms, a parking garage and a pet amenity. Both buildings will be fully staffed with 24-hour lobby attendants and an on-site resident manager will also be available. All apartments will include dishwashers, and each of the two-and three-bedroom apartments will have in-unit washers and dryers. Also, Hunter’s Point South Commons and Crossing will offer a smoke-free living environment for all residents and will be operated by the Related Management team.Before you visit Queens, use our trip planner to discover what you can do and see there.
Hunter's Point South Park reviews
This is a relatively new park along the East River waterfront in Long Island City, Queens. What makes it very special is the views across the river to scan the horizon lines of the Manhattan Midtown.... more »
Hunters point is very beautiful place to visit, clean and very well located. You can get a ferry ER line in the pier 11 station, past through the three bridges BMW ( Brooklin, Manhattan and... more »
Fantastic place to take a walk and watch the sunset. Easily accessible using the 7 or the ferry. Amazing views of Manhattan including the Empire State Building. Highly recommend you explore the path by the water and the observation point above. Love watching the dog run on the weekends too. It’s also very family friendly with places to play soccer and volleyball.
Our two years old loves this park. It is always have food, ice cream, music, ferry ride. My son enjoys the little kid playground with a city view. We often took a short boat ride to 34th street and returned right away. It's a kid friendly area with plenty of entertainments for adults as well. Even at 10pm, there is a lot of fun going on. My little boy is a night owl, and he hang out with many other little night owls there.
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