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Window firm brightening up Queens complex

National award-winning manufacturer Crystal Window & Door Systems continued its string of supplying large window replacement projects with another massive multi-family effort in the New York City Borough of Queens.

The installation of almost 11,000 Crystal aluminum replacement windows is nearing completion in 16 buildings in the northern half of the Pomonok Houses complex in Flushing, NY.

Built in 1952, the 35 buildings of the Pomonok complex are part of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) system and now house over 4,200 residents. The Pomonok Houses office is located at 67-10 Parsons Boulevard, and the 52-acre development is adjacent to Queens College and the Electchester Houses.

“Crystal has rapidly become a preferred window supplier for numerous major private and public multi-family projects in the New York area and around the nation,” said Steve Chen, COO of Crystal Windows. “With almost 11,000 windows, the Pomonok Houses project is just the latest example of our ability to handle such large-scale efforts.”

Crystal’s role in the Pomonok project involved the supply of over 10,800 windows of three energy efficient models in 26 different sizes and configurations.

The multi-million dollar window replacement project involved 3, 7 and 8-story multi-family buildings in the northern section of the Pomonok Houses complex.

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