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Massive complex known as Jackson Park to feature plenty of luxurious amenities

Because of the non-stopping growth the Long Island City area has been experiencing lately, developers need to come up with competitive ideas in order to keep their buildings current and attractive for future buyers and tenants. One example of this is the complex known as Jackson Park. The development itself is huge: it features three towers and over 1,800 rental units, but new renderings have shown that the amenities will be not only plenty but also luxurious.

For starters, Jackson Park will feature two swimming pools and a gaming area with poker tables and foosball. The complex will include a basketball/volleyball court and a squash court (full-sized!). The amenity area will be known as “the Club” and will include a lounge and a demonstration kitchen too. Outdoors, there will be a patio with a wet bar. On the second floor, tenants will find an exclusive gym equipped with Pilates tables and Peloton bikes. If tenants were to move one level up, they would find a spa. The spa will include a meditation area, a sauna and an indoor pool. The courts we mentioned before will be located on the fourth level and will take up all of its space. The second pool will be on the rooftop, accompanied by a hot tub, cabanas, chaise lounges and tables. All the amenities will in “the Club”, a stand-alone structure that will span 45,000 square feet.

Leasing has already started and the first move-ins are expected next January. The complex is owned by Tishman Speyer and rents are $1,915 for studios, $2,335 for one-bedrooms, $3,555 for two-bedrooms, $4,745 for three-bedrooms and $7,310 for four-bedrooms. The three towers will reach 42, 44 and 53 stories respectively. They will be addressed at 28-34 Jackson Avenue, 28-10 Jackson Avenue and 30-02 Queens Boulevard. Developers will include a 1.6 acre park that will connect the four structures.

Another development owned by Tishman Speyer is just across Jackson Park: the JACX. This second complex features two towers destined for office and retail space and was designed by Moed de Armas & Shannon Architects. [6sqft]