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Long Island City developers celebrate completion of 46-unit condo building and other milestones

Interior of a condo at Noble LIC. Photo courtesy of The Corcoran Group

July 2, 2024 By Ethan Marshall

Over 400 guests, including those involved in developing and selling Noble LIC, a 46-unit luxury condominium on 40th Avenue, celebrated several milestones with a launch party on Thursday, June 20.

The first milestone recognized by attendees was the development’s offering plan being declared effective. This means that the paperwork detailing important information on the building, including bylaws, floor plans, pricing, and more, has been signed off on by the New York State Attorney General’s office. With the AG’s approval, closings can now occur with potential condo buyers.

Attendees also celebrated the completion of construction, nearly one year after the building topped out. Additionally, the development was recently named the winner in the mixed-use division of the American Institute of Architects Annual Queens Design Awards.

Tony Raouf (right) of 40th Ave Dutch Kills Realty LLC with fellow guests at the festivities. Photo by Andres Inga

The event featured food and entertainment from numerous Queens-based vendors, including fer, Teazzi’s TeaQueens Photo Booth and The Greats of Craft.

DJ Stef Nava’s music kept the attendees in a great mood. Nuhman Inflight Dining provided catering for the event.

Gus Vorillas (third from left) of 40th Ave Dutch Kills Realty LLC with his family. Photo by Andres Inga

Located at 27-09 40th Ave., Noble LIC includes 46 condo units, including studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom homes. The Patrick Smith Team, which is part of The Corcoran Group and handled the sales and marketing of the project, worked alongside the development team 40th Ave Dutch Kills Realty LLC, made up of Gus Vorillas and Tony A. Raouf. The architects for the project were HCN Design and Consulting.

(Left to right) Chris Miao, Jacky Fang, Kelly Mok and Patrick W. Smith. Photo by Andres Inga

Amenities for condo buyers include private outdoor space, washer-dryer units, high-end finishes, a fitness center with a 940-square-foot terrace, a residents’ lounge, a pet spa, a landscaped 3,160-square-foot roof deck with a BBQ station and a 2,160-square-foot terrace on the second floor. There will also be garage and bicycle parking available on site.

Multiple sponsors participated in the celebration, including Chase Home Lending advisor Ruthie Xiang, NYC Blinds CEO Guy Haber, TD Bank Mortgage Lending Officer Sunny Hong, Citizens Bank Loan Officer Danny Sassoon, Porcelanosa Managing Director Jordana Moche, Lee and Miao, PLLC Managing Partner Chris Miao, Chaves Perlowitz Luftig LLP Partner Andrew Luftig and Keith Ying and Kathy Yung.

Team NYC Blinds at the celebration. Photo by Andres Inga

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