Anchor House Condominiums, a new, luxury condominium located at 31-10 28th Road in Astoria, Queens has officially launched sales. 

Situated steps from the 30th Avenue subway station, the five-story building adds 16 thoughtfully designed one- and two-bedrooms homes to the vibrant neighborhood. 

Prices are projected to start at $576,000 for a 1-bedroom and range up to $1.71 million. 

Leading Queens brokerage firm Modern Spaces is exclusively handling the marketing and sales for the property.

Designed by T.F. Cusanelli & Filletti Architects P.C., Anchor House features a warm, brown-brick exterior. Homes, which range from 499 to 884 square feet, will boast light-filled gourmet kitchens with white lacquer and two-tone oak cabinetry, white quartz countertops and mosaic-glass backsplashes.

Premium, stainless-steel appliances include a Whirlpool refrigerator, a Frigidaire range and dishwasher, and in-unit LG washer and dryers. All homes above the second-floor feature expansive outdoor terraces.

“The arrival of Anchor House comes at an ideal time, with the announcement of HQ2 coming to Long Island City, there’s been mounting interest in luxury condos in Astoria. HQ2 will not only have a positive effect on Long Island City, but Queens as a whole – we expect to see a lot of people begin to explore the charming neighborhood Astoria is, and everything it has to offer,” says Eric Benaim, CEO of Modern Spaces.

“30th Avenue is the most highly coveted and desirable place to be in Astoria,” adds Alex Giannikas, the on-site Modern Spaces agent. “There are so many popular restaurants, bars and bakeries that make this neighborhood one of the most exciting and liveliest places to be.”

Anchor House’s amenities include a fully-furnished rooftop lounge, a state-of-the-art fitness center, as well as storage units, bike storage and parking available for purchase. 

Additionally, Anchor House residents will have access to Astoria’s countless boutique and department retail shops and lively restaurant and bar scene, including Queens Comfort, Sweet Afton, Bareburger and The Shady Lady. Other nearby cultural spots are the Museum of the Moving Image, Kaufman Astoria Studios, Socrates Sculpture Park and Astoria Park.

Photos courtesy of Russ Ross