Developed in 2018 by Rockrose, the Eagle Lofts building is bringing luxury living to Long Island City residents, at an affordable price. This 55-story high-rise towers above its base, which formerly housed the Eagle Electric Factory, inspiring the property’s current name. There are 790 apartments available for rent at the property, ranging in size from studios to one and two-bedroom apartments.
The residences at Eagle Lofts are well-appointed with high-end fixtures and finishes. The interiors are meant to elegantly combine the history of the area’s industrial past with a touch of modern elegance. The loft-style layouts feature high-ceilings, classic architectural columns, hardwood floors, oversized windows, elegant porcelain-tiled bathrooms, and gourmet kitchens with stainless steel appliances and quartz countertops. All units also come equipped with in-home washers and dryers, and many feature incredible vistas of the Midtown Manhattan skyline.
As you’d expect of any luxury rental building worth it's salt, you’ll find an abundant collection of amenities at Eagle Lofts. Highlights include a 5,800 square foot duplex fitness center equipped with state-of-the-art weight training and cardio machines, yoga room, and cycling room, as well as a 35,000 square foot landscaped roof deck with cabanas, patio furniture, and barbecue grills. There’s also a billiards and game room, multiple tenant lounges, a tranquil work studio, a media room, a library, an event room, and a children’s playroom.
What does it cost to live at Eagle Lofts?
Apartments at Eagle Lofts are well-priced for the neighborhood, offering some of the best values in LIC, with studios available for as little as $2,500 and one-bedrooms starting just under $3,000. Larger two-bedroom residences generally rent for around $5,000.
The Eagle Lofts building is conveniently located in prime Long Island City and is within walking distance to the E, M, R G, N, W, and 7 subway lines. Read more
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