Gantry Park Landing Starts Leasing This Month

Photo copyright by Travis Dubreuil

Gantry Park Landing, the new rental building near Long Island City’s busy waterfront, will begin leasing on July 12. Brokerage has a set of listings from the building, at  50-01 Second Street, on its website. Studios start at $1,875, one-bedrooms start at $2,450, two-bedrooms at $3,250 and three-bedrooms at $4,650. Units range from 460 to 1,256 square feet, and move-in is slated for August. Mark Zeff designed the interiors. Amenities iclude a roof deck with a grill, a gym and yoga studio, resident lounge and laundry room. The Lightstone Group is the developer, and CEO David Lichenstein referenced some nearby competitors in a statement: “We look forward to introducing Gantry Park Landing to discerning renters seeking a finely tailored alternative to the large scale properties that are commonly found along the waterfront.” GMAP

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  • I am actually suprised that the rents aren’t higher. Maybe it’s because of the new middle/high school directly across the street and because of the massive towers and years of construction on said towers also right across the street that the residents will have to deal with? I would guess after those are built the rents would be more in line with what’s in the neighborhood. Avalon and TF cornerstone definitely are more expensive, but this building has similar amenities and the finishes appear to be nicer AND they have in-unit W/D.

  • what kind of statement is that? what makes the property so finely tailored, David? forgot to mention that mixed income housing will block the views of David’s discerning renters.