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29-37 41st Avenue

29-37 41st Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101
212-610-2800
Residential, Sales, New Construction, Conversion, Leasing/Rental
29-37 41st Avenue
Set to be tallest tower in New York outside Manhattan at 915 feet tall.
  • Address 29-37 41st Avenue
  • neighborhood Long Island City
  • borough Queens
  • owner/developer Property Markets Group
  • architect SLCE Architects
  • PLANS DISCLOSED 03/10/2015
  • FILE DOB PLANS 03/10/2015
  • height in feet 772
  • floors 70
  • Year Built 2017
  • residential units 930
  • square feet 829,260
  • block and lot 4-00403-0011
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04/15/15
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03/26/15
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03/22/15
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03/11/15
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11/13/14
A Queens-based developer who bought a prime Long Island City site for $8 million three years ago flipped the property for nearly six times that...
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02/16/14
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