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    43-22 Queens Street

    43-22 Queens Street
    Long Island City, NY 11101
    212-847-3700
    Residential, Multifamily

    This property is a new development. The developer(s) filed plans in July of 2014 to build a 598,014-square-foot building at 43-22 Queens Street in the Hunters Point neighborhood of Queens. The plans call for 790 total units and an occupancy classification of R2 RESIDENTIAL: APARTMENT HOUSES. The building is owned by ROCKROSE DEVELOPMENT. The building was completed in June of 2018.

    • Address 43-22 Queens Street
    • neighborhood Hunters Point
    • borough Queens
    • owner ROCKROSE DEVELOPMENT
    • developer ROCKROSE DEVELOPMENT
    • owner entity 43-22 QUEENS STREET,LLC
    • architect Slce Architects
    • PLANS DISCLOSED 07/02/2014
    • dob permit issued 05/19/2015
    • tco issued 06/27/2018
    • DOB FILE PLANS 07/02/2014
    • DOB FILE Link
    • height in feet 580
    • floors 54
    • residential units 790
    • total units 1
    • square feet 598,014
    • const. status BUILDING COMPLETE
    • block and lot 4-00266-0003
    • BIN 4003487
    • Event Financing
    • Address 43-22 Queens Street
    • Neighborhood Long Island City
    • Borough Queens
    • Square feet 320,820
    • Price $ 255,000,000
    notes
    The borrower secured a $255 million loan from Bank of America, for the 54-story conversion of the Eagle Electric building.
    • Event Sales
    • Address 43-22 Queens Street
    • Neighborhood Long Island City
    • Borough Queens
    • Price $ 48,000,000
    • Publication Date 02/01/2013
    • Event Date 12/18/2012
    • Party 1 Kraupner Group affiliate
    • Party 2 43-22 Queens Street LLC

    03/12/2019
    Following TF Cornerstone’s Hell’s Kitchen rental project, spanning just under 1 million square feet, SLCE’s second-largest project was Rockrose Development’s 55-story rental building at 43-22 Queens Street in Long Island City, which the architecture firm designed in-house...
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