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5 Court Square

Queens, NY

5 Court Square is a new 11-story building located in Long Island City, New York. The building houses 58 modernly designed condominium units that feature the latest technology and amenities. The design incorporates a large opaque porcelain facade without the need for panel fabrication, thus achieving nearly zero waste and reducing the overall cost for the building’s envelope.

Architect

My Architecture PC

SF

13,900

Market Segment

Multifamily

Build Type

New Build

Year

2019

5 Court Square Opaque porcelain wall cladding

Opaque porcelain wall cladding

5 Court Square’s façade is covered in almost 14,000 square feet of Porcelanosa’s metallic-look Ferroker Aluminio porcelain panels. The large format Ferroker Aluminio panels are accented by an array of glass windows.
Metal Ferroker Aluminio

FERROKER ALUMINIO

5 Court Square Large format porcelain rainscreen with glass facade

Large format porcelain rainscreen with glass facade

The building is across the street from Court Square Park, near the Queensboro Bridge, and within walking distance of the Court Square stations – which can help any of its residents easily travel to any of the boroughs in New York.
5 Court Square Parapet view at porcelain cladding facade

Large format porcelain wall with glass facade beyond

5 Court Square Glass tower with porcelain cladding accent

Glass tower with porcelain cladding accent

5 Court Square Large format porcelain wall with glass facade beyond

Large format porcelain wall with glass facade beyond

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