Gotham Point completes in New York City

Date Published September 12, 2023
Category Project News

New two-tower development marks the beginning of Queens on the East River waterfront.

Gotham Point has finished construction in New York City, bringing 1,135 new residential units - 75% of which are designated affordable - in two towers to the Queens waterfront. The two-tower million square foot development was developed by Gotham and senior housing developer Riseboro Community Partnership.

Gotham Point marks the southern boundary of Queens and marks the last major development in the transformation of this area of Long Island City. The new towers emerge from Hunter's Point South Park, a new 10-acre park that lines the waterfront, and the buildings have been designed to embrace the park as much as possible, with indoor/outdoor spaces that spill into the landscaping, and an interiors approach based on the plantings found in the park.

The bigger tower includes separate entrances for the apartments and the designated senior units, as well as a through-block community facility space. The smaller tower includes entrances for its own residential units, as well as community spaces for Flux Factory and for kayak rental.

Congratulations to our clients and to the project team of Alex Kim, Amar Sen, Angeline Jacques, Derek Chen, Gary Handel, Jonathan Morefield, Kai-Yu Yu, Krista Armstrong, Rachael Kalousdian, Robin Zhang, Ruicong Tang, Sejal Bahety, Sam Douglas, Shridhuli Solanki, and Solene Clavel!

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