The Rowan has surpassed the 70% sold milestone – a major feat considering the building launched sales just as COVID began. Astoria’s most luxurious new ground-up condo development has set and broken sales record for the neighborhood twice thus far. Buyers are mostly local and NYC-area residents looking for more space, and are finding great value at The Rowan compared to nearby LIC, Brooklyn and Manhattan.
This spring, the DXA Studio-designed condominium also achieved another important. The NYS Attorney General’s Office declared The Rowan’s offering plan effective so buyers can rest assured that the new development will become a viable condominium with strong individual ownership.
The six-story luxury condominium will feature 46 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom residences ranging in size from approximately 425 to 1,857 square feet. Asking prices for one- to three-bedroom homes now available range from $725,000 to $2,549,000.
The Rowan features a terraced massing of light gray brick masonry resting above a 210-foot-long glass retail base. This landscape-focused condominium will feature a dramatic wood and glass-enclosed lobby that opens onto a private sensory garden. Astoria’s most luxurious new ground-up condo attracts buyers with a number of thoughtfully designed amenities as well. These include: a fitness center; indoor/outdoor resident’s lounge with kitchenette, dining area and library with direct access to the building’s sensory garden; engaging children’s playroom; soundproof music practice room; pet spa; package room, and bicycle and storage spaces. Residents will be able to enjoy an expansive landscaped roof deck that features an outdoor kitchen with a BBQ station, relaxation and dining areas, and private cabanas. The Rowan will also have a part-time attended lobby, fully automated parking garage, virtual concierge and dedicated building staff.
The Rowan is located just 15 minutes from Manhattan in the heart of Astoria’s Ditmars neighborhood on 31st Street between Ditmars Boulevard and 21st Avenue near many of the area’s best schools, restaurants, shops, entertainment and nightlife.
Closings are expected to begin this summer.