“Fusion” is as innovative a residence as it is a name. This post-war mid-rise Long Island City luxury rental is situated on 42-51 Hunter Street, one of Queens' most well-known streets for real estate. With only 24 apartment units for a limited number of people, Fusion is an exclusive place providing a combination of a quiet location with proximity to Manhattan and comfortable as well as aesthetically appealing residences.
The Long Island City apartment units come in 2 or 3-bedroom set-ups with sound-resistant windows that reduce the outside noise to a remarkable minimum. The kitchen is fully-equipped with European countertops, SubZero refrigerators, and stainless steel Viking appliances. The different luxury apartments for rent have large windows, although they cannot compete with the 11-foot floor-to-ceiling windows in the spacious living rooms. The environmentally friendliness of Fusion's spaces are the cherry on top to this delight of a state-of-the-art rental.
Fusion boasts several amenities, from a rooftop deck with a barbecue grill and accessory pantry, reinforcing a friendly atmosphere in providing the perfect excuse for an all-building get-together with a thrilling view of the Manhattan skyline (without the nuisance of blocking skyscrapers). A 24-hour doorman and a video intercom offer security, while a minute walk brings you to no less than 7 subway lines, making the bustling neighborhood of Midtown no more than a short train ride away. The post-war midrise is as close to Manhattan real estate as you can get—except much more pleasant quietness, making this luxury rental a taste of Manhattan as well as of Queens. The owners didn't call this “Fusion” for nothing.