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Savanna’s One Court Square is the most prominent skyscraper in Long Island City, offering high-quality office space and tenant experience in a 51-story property with an iconic architectural presence. Currently home to multiple Fortune 500 companies, the 1.5 million square foot building is located at the heart of Long Island City, with unmatched transit access and sweeping views of Manhattan. Situated directly above the Court Square Subway Station with direct, in-building subway access to the E, G, M and 7 lines as well as close proximity to the N, W, R and F lines, One Court Square provides seamless transportation to Manhattan in under 5 minutes. Savanna is crafting a thoughtful and extensive capital improvement plan that will transform the 4-story annex at the base of the main tower into an inviting “town center” for Long Island City and also provide for a significant lobby renovation.
One Court Square
25-01 Jackson Avenue
Long Island City, NY 11101
Floor: 27th floor
Court Square Municipal Parking Garage
45-40 Court Square, Queens, NY 11101
(Between Court Square E. and Court Square W., approximately 500 ft. south of Jackson Ave. behind Court House)
Rates: First hour: $5.00; Additional hours: $2.25 per hour; $20.00 Max
Breakfast & Networking
LIC: Office & Multifamily
What are tenants asking for and how is the neighborhood growing?
Investing in Queens' Future: Financing, Acquisitions & Market Expectations for the Coming Year
Where is Queens seeing the greatest growth and why?
Life Sciences, Tech & the New Incubator Destination
What opportunities has Amazon's Departure from LIC created?
1) How has development responded to Amazon's infamous departure back in February? What local tech incubators and startups now have the room to grow without Amazon's shadow lurking over them?
2) How can LIC become an Innovation Hub? What steps does it need to take to continue attracting talent over Boston and San Francisco?
3) What submarkets in Queens can investors find the best value?
4) What can the rollercoaster spikes in multifamily rents and condo sales reveal in the pre-Amazong & post-Amazon journey?
5) Will retail be able to grow to support the Live/Work/Play model in Queens?
6) What major office developments are coming online and will they lead others out of Manhattan?