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Halletts Point is a new high-density, mixed-use development in Astoria, Queens on the site of a former industrial yard. Dattner Architects’ master plan calls for residential buildings, a public waterfront esplanade, retail, and a school forming a vibrant new neighborhood along the New York City waterfront.

The first phase, 10 Halletts Point, is a two tower, 22-story residential property with panoramic views of the river and extensive amenities for its market-rate and affordable units. The building achieves a LEED Gold certification with high-efficiency mechanical systems, blackwater recycling, a green roof, and the incorporation of resilient design strategies.

Halletts Point is a new high-density, mixed-use development in Astoria, Queens on the site of a former industrial yard. Dattner Architects’ master plan calls for residential buildings, a public waterfront esplanade, retail, and a school forming a vibrant new neighborhood along the New York City waterfront.

The first phase, 10 Halletts Point, is a two tower, 22-story residential property with panoramic views of the river and extensive amenities for its market-rate and affordable units. The building achieves a LEED Gold certification with high-efficiency mechanical systems, blackwater recycling, a green roof, and the incorporation of resilient design strategies.

Halletts Point Master Plan

Dattner Architect’s master plan also includes a large supermarket (implemented in the base of 10 Halletts), retail amenities, and supplementary public transportation connections that will significantly improve the neighborhood infrastructure as the community develops. The phased build-out will create approximately 2,400 apartments, 20% of which will be affordable.

Dattner Architect’s master plan also includes a large supermarket (implemented in the base of 10 Halletts), retail amenities, and supplementary public transportation connections that will significantly improve the neighborhood infrastructure as the community develops. The phased build-out will create approximately 2,400 apartments, 20% of which will be affordable.

Residential Units

10 Halletts Point includes 405 rental residences in studio, one, two, three bedroom and townhouse formats. Tower units feature floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic city views, sustainable finishes, and access to 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities programmed to provide individual and community activities.

10 Halletts Point includes 405 rental residences in studio, one, two, three bedroom and townhouse formats. Tower units feature floor-to-ceiling windows with panoramic city views, sustainable finishes, and access to 25,000 square feet of indoor and outdoor amenities programmed to provide individual and community activities.

Resiliency
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With Halletts Building 10 located in the flood zone, the ground floor was raised 5’ to bring it 1’ above the flood plain.
With Halletts Building 10 located in the flood zone, the ground floor was raised 5’ to bring it 1’ above the flood plain.
With Halletts Building 10 located in the flood zone, the ground floor was raised 5’ to bring it 1’ above the flood plain.
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Resiliency measures were sensitively incorporated into the streetscape through landscaping, ramp, and stair design.
Resiliency measures were sensitively incorporated into the streetscape through landscaping, ramp, and stair design.
Resiliency measures were sensitively incorporated into the streetscape through landscaping, ramp, and stair design.
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Flood barriers were used to protect all at-grade openings, such as the garage entry and entrance to the supermarket.
Flood barriers were used to protect all at-grade openings, such as the garage entry and entrance to the supermarket.
Flood barriers were used to protect all at-grade openings, such as the garage entry and entrance to the supermarket.
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100-Year Floodplain for the 2020s based on FEMA's Preliminary Work Map data. (dcp.maps.arcgis.com)
100-Year Floodplain for the 2020s based on FEMA's Preliminary Work Map data. (dcp.maps.arcgis.com)
100-Year Floodplain for the 2020s based on FEMA's Preliminary Work Map data. (dcp.maps.arcgis.com)
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Location
Queens, NY
Area
Master Plan: 10 acres
10 Halletts: 526,000 sf
Clients
The Durst Organization
Completion
Master Plan: 2014
10 Halletts: 2019
Recognition
LEED Gold
Making a Point, Architects Newspaper, May 7, 2015
View Project Facts
Location
Queens, NY
Area
Master Plan: 10 acres
10 Halletts: 526,000 sf
Clients
The Durst Organization
Completion
Master Plan: 2014
10 Halletts: 2019
Recognition
LEED Gold
Making a Point, Architects Newspaper, May 7, 2015
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