CORTE was the largest residential project filed in Queens this June, with developer CBSK Ironstate topping the next-priciest project by nearly $132 million. As more developments hit the market, CORTE is well-positioned, thanks to its unique design and unbeatable combination of luxury, location, and amenities. The 75-residence building was codesigned by Beyer Blinder Belle and Argentinian firm Dieguez Fridman Arquitectos & Asociados, and the resulting homes bring the low-rise architecture of Buenos Aires to New York via a stack of glassy cubes resting atop a stone base. These Long Island City homes for sale range in size from studios to three bedrooms and feature floor-to-ceiling windows, eat-in kitchens, and private outdoor space in select residences.
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