TF Cornerstone announced Monday that the 26-story luxury tower 4610 Center Boulevard, known for curving around the iconic Pepsi-Cola sign, filled its 584 units, which range from studios to three-bedroom apartments.
TF Cornerstone, a real estate developer which has built several residential buildings along the Long Island City waterfront, has been selected to build Phase II of the city’s Hunter’s Point South project.
TF Cornerstone officially opened its 50,000-square-foot amenity deck at 45-45 Center Boulevard, the 41-story rental tower on the Long Island City waterfront, now over 65 percent leased. Designed by award-winning architecture firm Arquitectonica, 45-45 Center Boulevard’s amenity deck is an expansive, landscaped terrace off the seventh floor. The deck features a real sand beach volleyball court, two tennis courts, a […]
TF Cornerstone, in celebration of its newest LIC milestone – 46-10 Center Boulevard — hosted a “Topping Out Block Party” on Friday, July 12. Residents were treated to food, fun and treats galore. Leonardo, Sr.; four-year-old Leonardo, Jr. and mom, Michelle Garcia Sarah Rinaldi of Citibabes paints pink flowers on the arm of three-year-old Ava Austad RECOMMENDED STORIES […]
The more limber LIC residents got a chance to bend and flex with a perfect view of Manhattan, thanks to developer TF Cornerstone and Yoga Room who hosted Yoga in the Park at the Gantry State Park Plaza late in August. A fresh and nutritious brunch followed the yoga party at TF Cornerstone’s luxury building, […]
Members of the Bayside community urged Borough President Melinda Katz to uphold Community Board 11’s decision to remove a Star Toyota and Scion dealership from the area during a hearing Thursday morning.
The Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning is making a conscious attempt to diversify its programming. During the 2014-15 season, the center will be hosting concerts of Latin music, gospel music and doo-wop, and performances of Brazilian dances, nutcracker ballet and William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
The nonprofit studio Rego Park Green Alliance, which uses creative methods to address community issues, will host the first Queens Art Intervention Day on Sept. 27 throughout the borough from Long Island City to the Rockaways.