Introducing an unparalleled opportunity for New Yorkers to indulge in the art of living well in the heart of the city we all love dearly. The Crossing at Jamaica Station is a new development consisting of studio-, one-, two- and three-bedroom residences and an expansive indoor and outdoor amenity offering all designed by the award-winning FXCollaborative.<br><br>Interiors: Upon your arrival home, you’ll be transported to your own personal oasis of tranquility with all of the conveniences featuring: -Spacious Floorplans allowing for flexible furniture layouts -Expansive floor-to-ceiling windows to take advantage of stunning sunlight and breathtaking NYC Skyline and Jamaica Bay views -Hardwood Floors throughout -Modern kitchens with custom cabinetry, stone countertops, stainless steel appliances and a stylish grey backsplash -Large bathrooms with deep soaking tubs, custom vanities for storage and a soothing combination of grey and white tiles <br><br>Views: Many of the residences of the 30-story tower of The Crossing at Jamaica Station offer some of the most panoramic views available in Queens. Stretching from the NYC skyline to Jamaica Bay and the Atlantic Ocean, residents will enjoy amazing sunrises, stunning sunsets and the glistening lights of Manhattan right from their home. <br><br>Amenities: Amenities abound. The Crossing offers one of the most expansive amenity offerings in Queens today with enticing recreation spaces where residents can mingle or enjoy some solo time. -24 hour / 7 days a week attended lobby with package room -28th Floor duplex sky lounge -Sweeping skyline views from atop the fully furnished and landscaped 27th floor sun deck -Media and gaming lounge with landscaped common roof terrace -State-of-the-art fitness center -Children’s playroom -Bike Storage -Onsite Indoor Parking <br><br>Income Guidelines: Please note that eligibility for The Crossing at Jamaica Station is based on HDC annual household income guidelines before taxes. The income brackets for this residence is a minimum of $71,418 and maximum of $138,475.