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Astoria West is Cape Advisors' first multifamily development in Queens

Cape Advisors’ Astoria West Multifamily Launches Leasing 

Cape Advisors has launched leasing for its new, ground-up rental property, Astoria West. Situated alongside the East River waterfront’s Cove Beach, the development comprises three buildings with an inner courtyard garden and 534 apartments, along with 40,000 square feet of amenities.   

“Astoria West signifies our first development in Queens and the site itself could not have presented a more ideal opportunity for our entry into this thriving market,” said Craig Wood, CEO of Cape Advisors. “Astoria possesses some of the last remaining waterfront land available for residential development in the city and boasts expansive parks as well as a booming creative community anchored by one of the most popular and diverse food and restaurant scenes.  

“We saw tremendous opportunity here to introduce a larger-scale development that aptly reflects the amenitized lifestyle so many New Yorkers crave and that will redefine the living experience in the neighborhood,” he continued. 


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