Renderings Reveal ‘Imbros Lofts’ at 37-24 10th Street in Long Island City

Rendering of 37-24 10th Street - Node Architecture, Engineering, Consulting P.C.Rendering of 37-24 10th Street - Node Architecture, Engineering, Consulting P.C.

Node Architecture has revealed new renderings of a 14-story mixed-use building near the waterfront edge of Long Island City. Known as Imbros Lofts, the property is located at 37-24 10th Street and will house a three-floor community center, three floors of warehouse space, two office floors, a new restaurant with an open-air terrace, and five floors of parking area.

The updated renderings reveal a grey cementitious facade with ornamental navy bands running the full height of the building along 10th Street. Above the eighth floor, the building sets back allowing space for a large terrace area with lounge space and light landscaping.

Rendering of 37-24 10th Street - Node Architecture, Engineering, Consulting P.C.

Rendering of 37-24 10th Street – Node Architecture, Engineering, Consulting P.C.

Rendering of terrace areas at 37-24 10th Street - Node Architecture, Engineering, Consulting P.C.

Rendering of terrace areas at 37-24 10th Street – Node Architecture, Engineering, Consulting P.C.

Interior renderings reveal stylish lounge and dining areas for the planned restaurant and possible amenity spaces for the future office tenant.

Rendering of terrace areas at 37-24 10th Street - Node Architecture, Engineering, Consulting P.C.

Rendering of terrace areas at 37-24 10th Street – Node Architecture, Engineering, Consulting P.C.

Rendering of indoor lounge and dining areas at 37-24 10th Street - Node Architecture, Engineering, Consulting P.C.

Rendering of indoor lounge and dining areas at 37-24 10th Street – Node Architecture, Engineering, Consulting P.C.

The building is designed in accordance with Passive House standard to maximize energy efficiency, air quality, and occupant comfort. This includes a roof-level solar array and triple-glazed, gas-insulated windows with aluminum casing among other sustainable materials.

Beyond architectural design, Node also provided structural and civil engineering services, as well as MEP design. Xinos Construction Corporation, a Queens-based developer, is responsible for the project. At this time, the project team has not confirmed an expected date of completion.

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9 Comments on "Renderings Reveal ‘Imbros Lofts’ at 37-24 10th Street in Long Island City"

  1. This looks sort of nice.

  2. maximize “air quality” with sealed windows above 5 floors of parking? With that recirculating air, who needs another pandemic ?

  3. 1 am looking for two Bedroom, How do I apply.

  4. That’s a terrible part of the neighborhood.

  5. Marjorie López | February 22, 2021 at 4:57 pm | Reply

    Si me pueden ayudar para la aplicación para el departamento,muchas gracias ,

  6. A need a application Luisortiz my num.9173495195

  7. How can I receive an application for a studio apartment?

  8. Hola me gustaría que me brindaran una ayuda de vivienda que esté a mi álcense de yo pagarla soy madre soltera y pago mucho de renta vivo con mis hijos el padre de ellos nos abandonó mi trabajos es de HHA

  9. How can I get a application?

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