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Lighstone tops out new Dutch Kills development

Lightstone has topped out ARC, a 428-apartment luxury residential development in Dutch Kills, Long Island City.

Lightstone broke ground in the fall of 2015 and is on schedule to begin leasing this summer.

Located at 30-02 39th Avenue in Long Island City, the property will house one of the largest and most diverse amenity programs in New York City.
It also abuts the foot of the N and W train stop with access to Midtown Manhattan in less than 10 minutes. Other nearby trains include the E, M, R, and 7 lines.

Consisting of over 50,000 s/f, ARC will offer a large-scale rooftop pool club with rooftop barbeque cabanas and bocce, as well as health club including a spin room and yoga studio, private training facilities, and a basketball court.

L-R: Steve Socol, Doug Smythe, Mark Green, Scott Avram, Jennifer Cline, Mitchell Hochberg (Lightstone President), Ted Strauel, James Strauel, Matthew Niskanen, Bryan Ramm.

It will have a garden courtyard with greenhouse, residential lounges and club rooms, private and collaborative workspaces, entertainment areas, chefs prep kitchen, game rooms, and a golf simulator.

Other amenities include a 24-hour concierge doorman, valet services in including dry cleaning, apt cleaning, and dog walking services, and onsite indoor valet parking garage with direct access to the building.

The apartments include a mix of studios, one and two bedrooms, all of which will feature casement style windows, Bosch appliances, custom cabinets, and quartz stone countertops. All residences will also offer in-wall heat pumps with remote digital thermostats, and in-unit Bosch washer and dryers.

“Coming off of the amazing success of 365 Bond in Gowanus, we are excited to be the pioneering luxury developer in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City,” said Lightstone president Mitchell Hochberg.

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