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Astoria Lights 2
24-75 38th Street
Occupancy: Immediately
Subway Lines
Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number W
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number N 31st St - Hoyt Ave North
Subway number Q 31st St - Hoyt Ave North
Subway number W 31st St - Astoria Blvd
Details
Co-op
New Development
Built in 1929
4 floors
162 units
Amenities
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common roof deck
Common terrace
Exercise room
Guarantors allowed
Meeting room
Playroom
Private storage
Video security
Bicycle Storage
Building maintenance includes real estate taxes, heat, hot water, live-in super and porters and amenities
Common Landscaped Courtyard
Common Laundry Facility & Individual Hook-ups
Fitness Center
Live-in Super and Porters
MT Includes Heat, Hot Water, Taxes & Amenities
Multipurpose Common Room
Pet Friendly & Subletting Allowed
Shared Landscaped Sky Decks with Views
LIVE AUTHENTICALLY

Presenting Astoria Lights II. Shed new light on one of New York’s most historic, iconic neighborhoods, just fifteen minutes from Midtown. The bar has been raised on our four completely renovated pre-war co-op buildings. They have been re-imagined and reinvigorated with new open, loft-style floor plans, more genius cutting edge amenities, elevated craftsmanship and sophisticated, modern style at every turn, while maintaining their historic charm.

Agents
Licensed Associate RE Broker
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Astoria is a beautiful neighborhood with flawless views of the East River, community-oriented spirit, and attractions like The Museum of the Moving Image.
If nothing else, living in Astoria promises flawless views of the East River. This neighborhood in northwestern Queens overlooks the river, whose crowning glory is the distinctively arched Hell Gate Bridge. Its proximity to Midtown Manhattan is what makes living in Astoria so appealing to its largely global community. Getting to Times Square, for instance, takes roughly 25 minutes by train and 40 minutes by car. Served by the N and Q trains at the Astoria-Ditmars Boulevard station above 31st Street, Astoria also allows drivers access straight into Harlem or the Bronx via the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge – or the Triborough Bridge, as locals still call it.
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Astoria Lights 2
24-75 38th Street
Occupancy: Immediately
LIVE AUTHENTICALLY
Presenting Astoria Lights II. Shed new light on one of New York’s most historic, iconic neighborhoods, just fifteen minutes from Midtown. The bar has been raised on our four completely renovated pre-war co-op buildings. They have been re-imagined and reinvigorated with new open, loft-style floor plans, more genius cutting edge amenities, elevated craftsmanship and sophisticated, modern style at every turn, while maintaining their historic charm.
Licensed Associate RE Broker
Co-op
New Development
Built in 1929
4 floors
162 units
Cable ready
Central laundry room
Common courtyard
Common garden
Common roof deck
Common terrace
Exercise room
Guarantors allowed
Meeting room
Playroom
Private storage
Video security
Bicycle Storage
Building maintenance includes real estate taxes, heat, hot water, live-in super and porters and amenities
Common Landscaped Courtyard
Common Laundry Facility & Individual Hook-ups
Fitness Center
Live-in Super and Porters
MT Includes Heat, Hot Water, Taxes & Amenities
Multipurpose Common Room
Pet Friendly & Subletting Allowed
Shared Landscaped Sky Decks with Views
Astoria is a beautiful neighborhood with flawless views of the East River, community-oriented spirit, and attractions like The Museum of the Moving Image.
If nothing else, living in Astoria promises flawless views of the East River. This neighborhood in northwestern Queens overlooks the river, whose crowning glory is the distinctively arched Hell Gate Bridge. Its proximity to Midtown Manhattan is what makes living in Astoria so appealing to its largely global community. Getting to Times Square, for instance, takes roughly 25 minutes by train and 40 minutes by car. Served by the N and Q trains at the Astoria-Ditmars Boulevard station above 31st Street, Astoria also allows drivers access straight into Harlem or the Bronx via the Robert F. Kennedy Bridge – or the Triborough Bridge, as locals still call it.
Subway Lines
Subway number N Subway number Q Subway number W
Nearby Subway Stations
Subway number N 31st St - Hoyt Ave North
Subway number Q 31st St - Hoyt Ave North
Subway number W 31st St - Astoria Blvd