We last stopped by Ivy28, a brand new condominium at 42-37 27th Street, in early February and noted that the building was on the verge of delivery.1 Well, it seems like that day has come, because earlier in the week, Curb spotted several listings for the building on the Modern Spaces website.2 The 28-unit building will also have a ground floor retail space, and features studio and 1BR apartments ranging in the $500-$600k range.
Here is the description of Ivy28 from Modern Spaces:3
Glean the Green! This verdant design will simply entice you to call it home. A combination of traditional and modern charm, Ivy 28 is a boutique, 28 residence building conveniently located in Long Island City. Featuring studio and one bedroom condominiums, the building offers walk in closets in every unit and generous, efficient layouts. Step into a comfortable and spacious cook’s kitchen which includes a GE profile range and subzero refrigerator. It’s sleek design with stainless steel appliances, granite counter tops and custom solid wood cabinetry designed on site effortlessly inspires any meal. Elegant stone and tile bathrooms with Kohler sinks and deep soaking tubs offer a place for serenity right in your own home.
Imagine yourself getting away in a peaceful oasis without ever having to leave your address. A central courtyard displays a touch of charm with Ivy covered walls and an artistic mural which not only preserves but also beautifully ties together both the artistic and industrial history of the neighborhood. Relaxation pods offer a peaceful escape from the bustle of the city.
Located just two short blocks from Queens Plaza, Ivy 28 is just steps from several transportation options. Long Island City is home to the greatest concentration of art studios, galleries, and institutions. It’s beautiful views, thriving art community, and short distance from Manhattan has encouraged the rapid growth of this Queens neighborhood. With so many things to do here, you would hardly have to leave your new home!
And here are some pictures courtesy of Modern Spaces: