Welcome to Penthouse 5. An exquisite corner home with over 2200sf of living space. As you enter the first floor, you are drawn in to the living room by the floor ceiling windows highlighting the stunning East River & Manhattan views. Western exposure allows you to witness gorgeous sunsets. The living room connects to the open kitchen which is equipped with top of the line Viking and SubZero appliances and a granite center island. Off to the side of the kitchen is a convenient dining nook. The first floor also features a full bath and a private terrace.
Upstairs, on the second floor, you’ll find the master suite measuring out at 23’11 x 15. It has an huge windowed en-suite bath, a large walk in closet and direct city views. The second bedroom features an en-suite bath and a private balcony. The third bedroom also has an en-suite bath.
Brand new wood floors, tall ceilings, great closet space, central air, and a W/D in unit.
Pilot tax abatement in place until 2027.
The View is the only waterfront condominium in Long Island City. It sits behind Gantry Plaza State Park and the iconic Pepsi Cola sign. It has a 24 hour concierge, a live in super, and a fitness center. Owners also receive membership to the East Coast Club, located across the street, in the Rockrose building. The Club has a larger fitness center, a heated pool, a roof deck with bbq grills, a spa, a screening room, a lounge, a playroom, and a billiards room.
Located off the Vernon/Jackson subway station which takes you in to Grand Central in under 10 minutes. Steps from Food Cellar, Duane Reade, and popular establishments such as Maiella, Shi, and Sweetleaf. A few blocks from the LIC Ferry station making stops along the East River.
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Long Island City was once a bustling, self-contained town in and of itself: iconic signs for Pepsi-Cola beverages and Swingline bakeries.Learn More
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