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Cape, Pioneer release new renderings of Astoria West

Cape Advisors and Pioneer Group has released a new rendering (top) and construction update for Astoria West, a 534-unit rental development rising at 30-77 Vernon Boulevard.

Already topped out, construction of Astoria West continues to progress at a rapid clip with leasing slated to commence in early 2022.

“There are very few remaining opportunities to develop along the water in New York City, which is one of several reasons we’re so excited about Astoria West and why we feel this project presented the perfect moment to enter the Queens market,” said Craig Wood, Founder of Cape Advisors.

“The scale of the site has enabled us to introduce an entirely new product to the neighborhood with a thoughtful and robust amenity offering unlike anything else in the area. This property, when paired with the unbeatable location, will transform the living experience in Astoria.”

Fogarty Finger is the architect for the development, which features studios to three bedroom apartments with views of the Manhattan skyline over the East River and the Hell Gate Bridge as well as a landscaped courtyard.

The amenity package spans over 40,000 s/f and includes a rooftop with resident pool club, lounge area and waterfront deck with BBQs, landscaped private inner courtyard and gardens as well as an on-site parking garage.

“We couldn’t be more excited about the progression of Astoria West and this latest milestone,” added George Scharenatz of the Pioneer Group. “All of the project collaborators continue to devote an incredible level of effort and attention to detail, and we look forward to seeing the project continue to come to life.”

Corcoran New Development is the exclusive marketing and leasing agent for Astoria West.

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