Tangram House South – the first luxury condo within Tangram, the mixed-use development redefining the lifestyle of Flushing – just sold it’s most expensive residence: a $3,099,800 penthouse. This three-bedroom, four-bathroom duplex is considered one of the most spectacular homes in Downtown Flushing and is uniquely calibrated for post-covid living.
Designed by New York-based JG Neukomm Architecture – a global design studio that created world famous spaces for the likes of Tiffany, Calvin Klein and hotelier Ian Schrager – the penthouse marries 2,417 square feet of interior living space with a 458-square-foot private terrace that has amazing views and comes with a built-in barbecue, fire-pit and a wet bar.
At a time when New Yorkers are clamoring for outdoor space and trying to retrofit outdoor spaces for year-round use, this home comes with an actual outdoor kitchen, and provides the kind of living experience New Yorkers are seeking right now following the pandemic: a high-quality and high-design apartment, with private outdoor space, and access to robust lifestyle amenities.
Tangram House South offers stunning apartments showcasing luxurious finishes and spectacular private amenities. The building is comprised of a collection of studio to three-bedroom residences and is designed by Margulies Hoelzli Architecture with interiors carefully crafted by Jean-Gabriel Neukomm.
Tangram is the 1.2 million-square-foot mixed-use development transforming the Flushing lifestyle and offering residents a seamless living experience.
The entire development combines two residential towers, retail space, a food hall, a beer garden, a four-star Renaissance New York Flushing Hotel, a state-of-the-art 4DX movie theater from Regal Cinemas, fitness franchise Orangetheory, Goldfish Swim School, acclaimed international restaurant brands Xiao Long Kan Hot Pot, Meet Fresh and Ju Qi, as well as curated office space and a host of other experiential amenities.