Curbed • The 41 New Developments Hitting The Market This Spring

This 21-story, 421-unit rental tower is one of Long Island City’s many residential projects on the rise, and it’s almost done. (It was also almost done bright red terraces take longer to finish than they thought.) Now set to launch leasing in late spring, studios will start at approximately $1,975, one-bedrooms at $2,400, two-bedrooms at $2,995, and three-bedrooms at $4,500. Note: this is preliminary pricing. The 28,000 square feet of amenities will include an outdoor pool overlooking Manhattan, a landscaped roof deck with an outdoor theater, barbecue, and dining areas, an outdoor kitchen, a double-height media lounge with stadium seating that also looks out to Manhattan, a game room with billiard table, tabletop shuffleboard, and foosball. There’s also a communal library and workspace, a gym with a separate “movement studio,” a landscaped garden with lounge seating and a fire pit, indoor parking, and a bike room. The top floor will also have a green roof with 360-degree views. The developer is The World Wide Group, and the architect is Perkins Eastman.