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Perfectly located in the most vibrant area of Long Island City, The Silver Star residences feature unparalleled indoor and outdoor amenities, from multiple sundecks to a state-of-the-art fitness center, and an exclusive resident lounge. The Silver Star’s unmatched list of services prioritizes your comfort first, with a 24/7 Virtual Doorman, package room, business center, on-site parking, laundry facilities, additional storage room, bike room and subway access right at your front door. Meet your neighbors and join the dynamic social vibe at The Silver Star, or simply take a walk to Kaufman Studios, visit the MoMA PS1 Museum of the Moving Image, watch a movie at the cinema around the corner, enjoy brunch at a nearby restaurant, or drink the night away at a beer garden. Be sure to bring your furry friends, as they are also welcome here!
Once home to many storage warehouses and taxi depots, Long Island City has changed dramatically and is now the site of a new wave of art galleries, trendy restaurants and bars, and upscale shopping. Long Island City has a strong art presence with many galleries and TV/movie studios, including MoMA PS1. To top it all off, it offers quick commutes to Manhattan or Brooklyn with the M, R, N, W, E, G and 7 subway lines. Thanks to its diverse entertaining and dining options and its gorgeous waterfront line, it is a top-choice neighborhood that never lacks excitement!
The Silver Star boasts exquisite studios, one, two and three-bedroom residences with condo-level finishes and clean lines. All 1, 2, and 3-bedrooms include Washer/Dryers. Kitchens are outfitted with White Quartz counter tops and stainless-steel GE appliances. Our oversized bathrooms feature both white subway and porcelain tiles with Danze fixtures. Residences also feature floor-to-ceiling windows and hardwood floors. With abundant sunlight and open views, our spacious layouts truly have it all.
Equal Housing Opportunity
Building description provided by Miriam Espinosa
Design Architect: Montroy DeMarco Architecture LLP
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