The project team behind Flushing Point Plaza, a rising three-tower complex, has revealed the preliminary renderings of two forthcoming residential towers. The development is located at 131-02 40th Road in Flushing, Queens, and will eventually comprise more than 243,000 square feet of residential area.
From developer Flushing Point Holding LLC, the three interconnected towers will comprise an aggregate 706,600 square feet. Total buildable square feet will max out at approximately 550,600 square feet.
Designed by Lu Ning Architecture, the residential buildings are referred to as North Tower and South Tower. Together, they are expected to yield about 386 condominiums, over 1,000 square feet of community facilities, and a 97,000-square-foot parking garage. The garage is designed to accommodate 483 vehicles and 192 bicycles.
Additional amenities will include a fitness center, a flexible recreation room for residents, an expansive third-floor terrace, and a rooftop terrace atop each of the residential towers. While previous iterations of design included mention of a hotel, no guestrooms are mentioned in the latest scoping documents from the project team.
As depicted in the renderings, both buildings feature a conventional massing with floor-to-ceiling glass and white accenting. On at least one of the structures, the balconies are stacked in a distinctive alternating pattern.
At this time, foundations for the residential towers have been completed and construction of the superstructure in imminent. The construction of the commercial building is now two floors above grade.