Tallest Skyscraper in Queens Tops Out at 778 Feet

October 11, 2019
Published in Curbed NY

Five months after launching sales, the tallest building outside of Manhattan, Skyline Tower, has topped out, rising 778 feet over Long Island City.

The 67-story building, designed by Hill West Architects, will have 802 studio- to four-bedroom residential units ranging from around $500,000 to $4 million and 400 to 1,547 square feet.

“For years, the Citibank tower has been the tallest building in Queens and I’m happy to say that today, One Court Square has a big sister, Skyline Tower,” said Eric Benaim, CEO of Modern Spaces—the firm handling sales for the development—during the tower’s topping out celebration.
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