39-32 28th Street, 2

39-32 28th street, 2

$2,199,000 3 BD / 3 BA / 2057 SF
39-32 28th Street, 2

39-32 28th Street, UNIT 2       

 Live your style. Your home is waiting for you — within reach of all that makes Long Island City so special.

Ideally suited to your needs, this impeccably designed  25 foot wide two-unit duplex condominium on 39-32 28th Street offers the appeal of being in your own home within the city. It’s sure to be a coveted new address at the heart of one of Queens’ most fascinating communities.

Generously proportioned, these three bedroom, three bathroom units create a new definition of home. Every aspect of the design has been carefully crafted to be both stylish and comfortable for today’s modern family lifestyle. With custom finishes, these residences are anything but ordinary. The intelligently designed layouts have been thoroughly composed with the essential in-demand elements you’ll covet, all carefully considered so that you can live effortlessly and luxuriously.

Both duplexes feature white oak flooring throughout and expansive floor to ceiling windows that bring the outside in with welcoming natural light, framing the neighborhood that surrounds you.

The sleek, highly functional kitchens include a full array of must-have features, ready for everyday living or your next culinary adventure. Their luxe design includes Italian-made white acrylic cabinetry complemented by Calacatta Quartz countertops. A premium Fisher & Paykel refrigerator, gas range and dishwasher complete each kitchen.

The chic bathrooms will soothingly pamper you, outfitted with best-in-class fixtures.

Both are equipped with a washer and dryer for your convenience and parking is available for purchase.

The second unit — on the upper floors — is enhanced by an outdoor terrace and ample rooftop with appealing Manhattan and Long Island City views. These private outdoor spaces are the perfect place to unwind and relax..

Well situated near Dutch Kills, the location provides easy access to Manhattan and elsewhere. Nearby transportation choices include the Queensboro Plaza station (7, N and W lines), the 39th Avenue station (N and W lines) and Queens Plaza (E, M and R).

The best of LIC’s dynamic lifestyle is all around; surrounding you with arts and culture. With renowned museums and dozens of art galleries, music venues, restaurants and nightclubs, creative energy thrives here. Explore the installations at MoMa PS1, Noguchi Museum, SculptureCenter and Socrates Sculpture Park; also visit Dorsky Gallery and Flux Factory, among the many exciting art spaces.

And, of course, the lively foodie scene always entices residents — and visitors. Some of the many neighborhood go-tos include the mellow gastropub Dutch Kills Centraal; Astoria Seafood, a popular BYOB restaurant/fish market where you select what you want and how you’d like it prepared; also close by is the brewery and taproom LIC Beer Project, a lively newcomer to the neighborhood.

Dutch Kills playground is quickly accessible, among LIC’s well-liked parks and public spaces. Schools are also in close proximity, including the Growing Up Green Charter School across the street.

Welcome to a contemporary residence especially created for your urban lifestyle. It’s family living redefined.

Status Active
Price: $2,199,000
Real Estate Tax: $229
Common Charges: $686
Type: Condo
Room: 7
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Size (Approx): 2057 SF
Outdoor Size (Approx): 1306 SF
39-32 28th Street Townhouse
Building Name: 39-32 28th Street Townhouse
Year Built: 2020
Floors: 3
Units: 2
Pet Policy: Allowed
ID: 244911
  • AC Units
  • Backyard
  • Balcony
  • Central A/C
  • Central air
  • City Views
  • Dishwasher
  • Eastern Exposure
  • FIOS
  • Garage
  • Hardwood Floors
  • Multi Level
  • Open Views
  • Outdoor Space
  • Parking Spot
  • Roof Deck
  • Sprinkler system
  • Terrace
  • Views
  • Virtual Doorman
  • Washer/Dryer
  • Western Exposure
Unit Price Sq.Ft Bed / Bath Open House Contact
Bed / Bath:
3 / 3
Open House:
Mary Beth McGill Carlos Simoes
Bed / Bath:
2 / 3
Open House:
Carlos Simoes Mary Beth McGill
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