Designed by Karl Fischer Architect and Meshberg Group, The Delmar’s brick facade with over-sized floor-to-ceiling windows retains the industrial look of 18th-century Long Island City with a touch of modern flair.
Units range in size from studios and one- to two-bedrooms with open-floor plans.
Some of The Delmar’s amenities include a rooftop deck, a resident’s garden, and a fully-equipped fitness center. The building also houses a laundry room, as well as a large conference room. The Delmar also features a resident’s lounge.
Unit come equipped with a video intercom system for security and privacy. The building also features on-site parking as well as bike storage and a general storage area.
Long Island City’s easy access to mass transit and Manhattan have made it a desirable NYC neighborhood. Development has ramped up in the area during the last several years, with several luxury residences and rentals coming to the market.
Yet, even with the impending L-train shutdown looming over the heads of many Brooklynites, Long Island City still remains relatively affordable — the average rent for a one-bedroom is $2,110, well below the $3,270 asking rent in Manhattan and cheaper than the $2,647 asking rent in Brooklyn.
Pricing at The Delmar starts at $2,150 and goes up to $3,700.