Slate Property Group today announced that Dutch House, its newest residential development in Long Island City, has reached 65% percent leased less than 6 weeks since its launch. The velocity is proof of demand for well-located, best-in-class rentals in the most desirable New York City neighborhoods, with easy access to Manhattan.
“We’re thrilled at how quickly Dutch House is leasing up, demonstrating the demand for luxury rentals in Long Island City,” said David Schwartz, Co-Founder and Principal of Slate Property Group. “Residents from both New York City and across the country have been drawn to Dutch House because of its desirable location, easy access to Manhattan and modern amenities.
Designed by Aufgang Architects, Dutch House is an 8-story building offering 186 apartments and 21,000 square feet of retail on the ground floor. Located at 37-05 30th Street in Long Island City, units include studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments, all of which include hardwood floors, washers and dryers, and patios or balconies. Gross prices currently start at $3,325 for studio, $3,843 for one-bedrooms, and $5,457 for two-bedrooms. Approximately 56 apartments are set aside as affordable.
Dutch House amenities include a lobby with a concierge, a modern fitness center, bike storage, recreation room with a pool table, and a rooftop terrace with barbeque grills and beautiful views of the Manhattan skyline. The building is a short walk from Queensbridge Park, the East River and various subway lines.