“The vision for East of East was to put a spectacular design at the center of Long Island City, across the street from P.S.1 MoMA, 156-215.80 inspired by the artistic and industrial heritage of the area, built from raw steel.” – the creator and developer of East of East

 

 

Learn about East of East’s unique features: architectural form, distinctive steel cladding, and common spaces and amenities

1. An exceptional form whose lines and facade make a permanent impression

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2. A signature steel-clad facade that echoes monumental sculpture

Inspired by the massive bodies and minimalist lines of Richard Serra’s sculptural works

Serra at the Dia Center

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3. Common spaces and amenities full of daylight and greenery

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The building features a large roof deck with green wall on the 7th floor with ample space for very large groups and spectacular views of the Financial District, the East River, the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building. 2V0-631 There is also access to an 8th floor roof with additional common space for enjoying sunny days in LIC.

At ground level, the Garden features a gas barbeque as well as greenery and bicycle storage. This private space is separated from the outside world by a beautiful, white stone perimeter wall.