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PHOTOS: Developers throw block party for new Hunters Point South residents

Related Companies, Phipps Houses and Monadnock Development hosted a block party for residents and neighbors of their new Hunters Point South development last weekend.

The two new buildings hold ggg affordable and moderately priced apartments
The two new buildings hold 925 affordable and moderately priced apartments

HPS Rocks the Block  afternoon party was held on the Long Island City waterfront to celebrate the new community where move-ins continue at Hunter’s Point South Crossing and Hunter’s Point South Commons, both of which are sustainably-designed and permanently affordable.

Event-goers had the chance to meet SHoP Architects and Ismael Leyva Architects, the architectural and design teams behind Hunters Point South Living. Hunter’s Point South Living is comprised of two LEED Silver and Enterprise Green Community-designed buildingsthat together bring 925 permanently affordable and moderately priced rent stabilized apartments to Long Island City’s thriving waterfront neighborhood.

The apartments range from studio to three-bedrooms, with an equal mix of low and moderate residences in each building.  All apartments include dishwashers and each of the two- and three-bedroom apartments has an in-unit washer and dryer. Hunter’s Point South Living offers 27,000 s/f of amenities, between the two buildings, each with an outdoor terrace, fitness center, children’s playroom, bike room and tech center.

There is also a parking garage, Dog City and Urban Farm that are open to residents of both buildings. Both buildings are fully staffed with 24-hour lobby attendants and an on-site resident manager is also available. The buildings are also smoke-free.

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