Long Island City is quickly becoming unrecognizable from its industrial past and more desirable than ever before. The many condominiums popping in the over the area have transformed the surroundings, infusing the area with new modern additions and high-rise homes such Canvas.
This boutique condominium at 42-83 Hunter Street truly fits into its glassy and increasingly modern surroundings with its soft grey brick, large windows, and blocky private balconies attached to every floor. The developer Lions Group II LLC and MY Architect PC have brought this development to the area, an intimate building with just 14 new homes in eight-story tower. The tower gets its name as it holds several murals from artist Jojo Anavim, making it a true canvas for the artist.
Canvas mostly consists of one-bedroom homes with a three-bedroom penthouse along with a one-bedroom duplex that comes with a spacious green backyard. For the most part, the units boast a similar interior that includes an efficient open layout with large windows, built-in closets in the bedrooms, hardwood floors, washers and dryers, open kitchens with Bosch stainless steel appliances, Samsung refrigerators, custom wood cabinets, and limestone countertops. Bathrooms are completed with radiant heated floors, Kohler toilet and fixtures, vanities, oversized mirror, rain showers, and slate tiled floors.
Residents at Canvas will enjoy the many amenities that come with the condominium such as the bike room, state-of-the-art fitness center which comes fully equipped, extra storage room, and the convenience that comes with living in this area. They can also enjoy easy access to Manhattan, a quick walk to several museums and galleries, eateries, relaxing cafes, and endless things to discover in the area as it continues to transform.
Still available are one-bedroom homes starting at $1,050,000 and three-bedroom homes starting at $1,500,000.