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.
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Breakfast & Networking
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LIC: Office & Multifamily
What are tenants asking for and how is the neighborhood growing?
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Investing in Queens' Future: Financing, Acquisitions & Market Expectations for the Coming Year
Where is Queens seeing the greatest growth and why?
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Life Sciences, Tech & the New Incubator Destination
What opportunities has Amazon's Departure from LIC created?
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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
The Borough of Queens almost secured the biggest economic stimulus in its history from Amazon. Like other cities that Amazon has past on, Queens needs to re-evaluate what it offers to future residents, tenants and tourists.
Long Island City alone has substantial real estate development in the pipeline. There is 466K SF of additional retail expected by 2021, on top of the existing 488K SF of retail in mixed-use and renovated commercial properties. There are also 10,500 new units due by 2021 -- more than half the 19,680 units built since 2006.
Will LIC and Queens find major companies who want to escape Manhattan?
Find out all of the answers and more at Bisnow's LIC & Queens Annual Conference!
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