We last visited Ekstein Development’s project at 25-19 43rd Avenue back in August, when excavation had just finished, and rebar was sprouting from the ground.1 When we stopped by last week, we saw that foundation work has finished, and construction has started rising past the fence, as seen in photos below. We also noticed that the first wave of apartments is listed, and here’s one from the New York Times that shows a 498 square foot studio listed for $525,000 with $588 per month in maintenance fees.2
The permit calls for 68,145 square feet of residential space, with will span nine floors and 86 units.3 The zoning is for a FAR of 5.00. Here’s more information on the building courtesy of its sales website from Douglas Elliman, DutchLIC.com:
STUDIO, 1 AND 2-BEDROOM RESIDENCES, WITH GREAT TRANSPORTATION ACCESS, PLUS A RICH ARRAY OF AMENITIES INCLUDING LANDSCAPED ROOF TERRACE, RESIDENT LOUNGE, FITNESS CENTER, BICYCLE STORAGE, AND MORE.