Facade Begins to Rise for 5 Court Square in Long Island City, Queens

Ongoing construction at 5 Court Square, photo by Baronson

Earlier this year, construction kicked off on a new condominium building at 5 Court Square, in Long Island City. Today, the 11-story project has topped-out, with the glass facade about halfway up the structure.

Formerly known as 25-24 Jackson Avenue, the building is designed by MY Architect for developer Tom Wu.

From the ground up, 5 Court Square will contain about 5,000 square feet of office space spanning one cellar level and a portion of the first floor. Remaining square footage on the first level will include the residential lobby and a small retail component.

The condominiums are positioned on the second through 11th floors. Residential amenities will include a 1,700 square foot recreational room on the 11th floor and bike storage areas. All together, residential areas comprise 57,914 square feet.

Rendering of 25-24 Jackson Avenue, as seen from Jackson Avenue. Via MY Architect.

Rendering of 25-24 Jackson Avenue, as seen from Jackson Avenue. Via MY Architect.

Completion is likely by the end of 2019.

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1 Comment on "Facade Begins to Rise for 5 Court Square in Long Island City, Queens"

  1. Bait-and-switch rendering

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