Astoria Lights living room

Photos: astorialights.com

Listings and a full website are up for 40-unit pre-war conversion Astoria Lights at 24-75 38th Street.

Developer RockFarmer retooled four 1929 co-op buildings to create loft-style one-, two- and three-bedrooms, according to the official site. VAMOS Architects designed the four-story development, which includes duplex townhouses with private terraces. Pricing for available units starts at $225,000 for a one-bedroom and goes up to $599,000 for a three-bedroom.

Residences have restored pre-war hardwood floors with mahogany inlay, pre-war moldings, exposed brick walls, washer/dryer hookup, windowed kitchens with white Caesarstone countertops and Fisher Paykel refrigerators and bathrooms with “penny road or basket weave” marble floor tiles.

Amenities include a common courtyard, shared garden, landscaped roof decks, gym, central laundry room, bike storage and private storage.

The Corcoran Group is marketing the property.

Astoria Lights bedroom

Astoria Lights kitchen

Astoria Lights building

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