Long Island City

$1,425,000

2 BD, 2 BA

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Apartment Details

2

Beds

2

Baths

5

Rooms

1,041

Square Feet

Maintenance
$2,040

The Zipper reflects your bold style. This premium 41-unit condominium residence resonates to the unmistakable rhythm of Long Island City. The neighborhoods historic past comes into focus here in the buildings thoughtful conversion from its life as former zipper factory.

The converted building preserves the character of its original early 20th century structure, fitted with luxurious finishes and amenities that represent modern craftsmanship at its best. Retaining the authentic brick exterior (with a sleek addition of glass embellishment at the top), its construction harkens back to New York City at the end of the Jazz Age. The Zippers conversion is a singular blend of historic and contemporary design, maintaining the original brick walls, wooden beams and wooden slat ceilings in many residences within the context of a striking present-day aesthetic.

The well-proportioned residences are available in studio to four bedroom layouts. All feature open floor plan living, highlighted by engineered wood flooring, ample ceiling heights and casement windows. Each intimate haven provides a respite from the bustling pace of urban life, elevated by an industrial color palette that ideally accommodates your individual taste level.

Stylish kitchens combine the clean lines of contemporary design with elegant functionality and classic details. Marble countertops and backsplash are complemented by the well-proportioned warm wood cabinetry, state-of-the-art ranges, high-end refrigerators and Miele dishwashers, along with Signature fixtures in a black matte finish.

Unwind in the spa-inspired master bathroom, gracefully designed with Carrera tiling, a bespoke wood vanity and matte black Signature fixtures. Secondary bathrooms are just as tranquil with porcelain tile flooring, beveled white subway tile walls and similar vanities and fixtures.

Every residence is equipped with a washer/dryer for your convenience.

More than just a fine collection of charming residences, The Zipper is truly a community. The building offers a comprehensive suite of amenities crafted to fully complement your lifestyle.

The robust, state-of-the art fitness center will energize your workouts, complemented by a tranquil yoga terrace. Relax in the well-appointed lounge, with its plush ample seating, wet bar, and outdoor terrace a great spot to socialize or simply unwind. The cheerful playroom for the kids is a welcoming space young residents can call their own. Parking, a sought-after commodity in Long Island City, is available, along with dedicated private cellar storage and a part-time doorman, assisted by a virtual doorman.

Ideally located, The Zipper gives you access to everything that LIC offers so that you can live your life to the fullest. The tempting food and restaurant scene; miles of waterfront parks and serene public spaces; exciting nightlife; appealing artisanal shops, galleries, museums; its all right outside your door.

  • Laundry in unit Laundry in unit
  • Pets allowed Pets allowed
Courtesy of: Modern Spaces, LLC
Property: Long Island City

1931

Year Built

7

Stories

  • Doorman Doorman
  • Storage Storage
  • Bike storage Bike storage
  • Parking garage Parking garage
  • Pre war Pre war
  • Roof deck Roof deck

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