European luxury arrives in Queens! Providing an open layout with clean lines, 10' ceilings, and an ethereal feel, residence 4B at The Nordic includes a neutral palette with mid-century modern accents. Custom kitchens and baths, keyless apartment entry, floor-to-ceiling doors, in-unit laundry, central vacuum system, custom closets, and large private balcony facing east. Offering both style and utility, homes at The Nordic are a place where residents can express their individuality and enjoy the appeal of Norse design and artisan craftsmanship.
The Nordic is the most technologically advanced residential property in Queens. The latest in smart home technology allows tenants to control the entire residence via their smartphone, including a video intercom app that allows visitor/delivery access from anywhere in the world. Open layout chefs kitchens with all-drawer appliances allows for maximum entertaining space, and the Wolf induction cooktop, Viking downdraft ventilation system, and Bertazzoni speed oven complement the integrated appliance package with a simple but stunning elegance. Designer bathrooms include oversized rain showers with floating bench, heated towel warmers, touchless flush system, and radiant heat flooring.
Tailored amenities include a Finnish sauna-inspired fitness studio with Peloton cycle, landscaped roof deck with panoramic views featuring an outdoor kitchen, outdoor shower, dining and lounge areas, bicycle storage, shared bicycles, package room and cold storage, as well as built-in private lockers in the lobby with keyless access for each residence for convenient daily storage and clutter-free apartments.
In addition to the luxury amenities, The Nordic is New York City's first artist-branded residential property, a collaboration with Tony 'Rubin' Sjoman, a world-famous muralist from Gothenburg, Sweden. Known for his muted palette and geometrical style, Rubin's works at The Nordic embrace the Scandinavian aesthetic and feature oversized murals on both the north and south facades, visible from as far away as Manhattan and Brooklyn, and an 8-story vertical art installation within the elevator visible through a custom glass viewing wall.
*Rent shown is Net Effective