Interiors Revealed for 5 Court Square In Long Island City

Rendering of 5 Court Square - MAQERendering of 5 Court Square - MAQE

New photos of My Architect’s condominium building at 5 Court Square in Long Island City reveal the project’s interiors, which come equipped with smart home technology.

The 11-story building offers one- to three-bedroom homes priced between $780,000 and $2 million. Residences include kitchens outfitted with GD Arredamenti Italian kitchen cabinetry, oak flooring, marble-clad bathrooms, furnished fixtures and appliances, and floor-to-ceiling windows.

Each unit also incorporates a built-in Google Assistant, a smart-lock system for apartment doors, smartphone-controlled shades, a Nest thermostat and smoke detector system, Bosch Home Connect, and more.

Interiors at 5 Court Square - My Architect

Interiors at 5 Court Square – My Architect

Interiors at 5 Court Square - My Architect

Interiors at 5 Court Square – My Architect

Model Bedroom at 5 Court Square - My Architect

Model Bedroom at 5 Court Square – My Architect

Whitehall Interiors oversaw all interior design for the building and residences at 5 Court Square. Local developer Tom Wu is responsible for the new building and Modern Spaces is the sales and marketing agent.

As previously reported by YIMBY, 5 Court Square will contain about 5,000 square feet of office space spanning one cellar level and a portion of the first floor, plus a small retail component. The condominiums are located on the second through 11th floors. All together, residential areas comprise 57,914 square feet.

Lobby at 5 Court Square - My Architect

Lobby at 5 Court Square – My Architect

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4 Comments on "Interiors Revealed for 5 Court Square In Long Island City"

  1. Why is this project so short? It almost seems ridiculous for LIC.

  2. David in Bushwick | February 25, 2020 at 9:08 am | Reply

    An updated 60s modern box, it’s not bad.
    But more luxury apartments that will sit empty as those in the 90% struggle to find housing.

    • Blame NYC zoning and overregulation. Only luxury buildings are built because that is the only way to make a profit because the cost to build or do anything in this city is extremely high.

  3. The oversized and unsightly mechanical equipment on the roof was left out of that first rendering. It sort of ruins the look of the building.

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