The Chetrit Organization launched leasing earlier this year for Parkhill City, a rental complex located just north of Rufus King Park in Jamaica, Queens. This week, the developer released new interior renderings including a first look at the property’s suite of residential amenities.
Located at 152-11 89th Avenue, the two buildings that comprise the complex once functioned as part of the Mary Immaculate Hospital, which closed in 2009. Chetrit has partnered with Hill West Architects to rebuild and partially repurpose the aging facilities into a newly activated 600,000-square-foot development.
The new 17-story rental complex will contain 481 apartments and over 20,000 square feet of indoor amenity spaces.
“While already located in a dynamic residential community, Parkhill City also sets a benchmark for new luxury residential projects,” said managing partner of Mishkan Group Michael Waldner, the exclusive leasing agent for the complex. “The accessibility of the location, combined with its superior design and outstanding lifestyle features, will attract a diverse mix of quality-seeking residents from all over the city and beyond.”
Residences range from studio to three-bedroom layouts with prices ranging from $1,750 to $4,200 per month. The project will also include an eight-story building on the northeast corner of the site, which will contain 207 affordable units under the Affordable Independent Residences for Seniors program.
Occupants will have exclusive access to a 60-foot-long lap pool, a hot tub, a secondary plunge pool, a sauna, a steam room, a fitness center, an arcade, a children’s playroom, a café and juice bar, a posh screening room, and multiple lounges. Outdoor amenities include an 8,000-square-foot roof terrace.
The exterior of the structure is comprised of partially restored limestone and brick materials, updated window systems, and contemporary metal treatments. Construction is currently underway and is expected to wrap up this year.