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    Silvercup Studios

    42-22 22nd Street
    Long Island City, NY 11101
    (718) 906-2000
    Website
    [email protected]

    Silvercup is known mostly for its studiosthose of the film production kindbut it is now gaining notability for apartments, too. The largest film and TV production facility in New York City has recently dabbled in residential development, opening apartment building The Industry in Long Island City in 2010 and attempting to renovate the Kingsbridge Armory in 2012. Although Silvercup is new to market-rate real estate development, its development arm Silvercup Properties has over the years built or renovated 1,700 affordable-housing units in Harlem, Williamsburg, and East New York, in addition to building (or planning to build) the firms own studio expansions. Founded by brothers Stuart and Alan Suna, Silvercup also owns a second filming facility in Long Island City, with plans to open a third in the Bronx. Over the years a number of movies and TV shows have shot at one of the Silvercup facilities, including Midnight Cowboy, Gangs of New York, Mad Men, and The Sopranos.

    Silvercup Studios, CEO and Chairman
    42-22 22nd Street, Long Island City, NY, 718-906-2000
    Stuart Match Suna is co-owner and founder of Silvercup Studios, which has been...
    Queens, 11101
    Silvercup Studios, 21-45 44TH DRIVE LLC
    The sponsor(s) filed plans on 03/25/09 for a condo project at 21-45 44th...

    07/07/2015
    In total, supportive and affordable housing projects accounted for nearly 40 percent of the qualifying units submitted in the Bronx during the month. The Bronx also had the city’s largest commercial filing, a 123,000-square-foot warehouse conversion for Silvercup Studios at 275-295 Locust Avenue...

    11/07/2007
    In gritty Long Island City, around 50 residential projects are planned, some of which include retail components. The most ambitious is the $2.3 billion Queens West development, rising on the banks of the East River, which includes a limited retail component. Silvercup Studios recently announced plans to build a residential enclave on a six-acre site in the shadow of the Queensboro Bridge...
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