A living area with expansive windows in Gotham Point

A Trio of Model Apartments Designed for Different Renters

A new apartment tower in the up-and-coming Hunter’s Point neighborhood of Long Island City has a name that evokes old New York and a certain superhero’s home turf: Gotham Point. Units in the two-tower complex, located on Queen’s westernmost tip, overlook the East River through expansive windows. BHDM Design, one of Interior Design‘s 2023 Rising Giants, was tapped to envision a trio of model apartments with different renter profiles in mind. “To showcase the building’s potential, we crafted a story behind each one,” firm principal Dan Mazzarini explains. First there’s the studio, concepted for an artistic singleton with sophisticated taste who might appreciate the vintage camera and photographic art wall. The one-bedroom, perfect for a newlywed couple, has funky pottery, ceilings painted a warm terra-cotta, and furniture suited to entertaining. The three-bedroom unit, maybe for a family, feels lived-in and well-curated. Mazzarini notes that the models are filled with unique “memory points” in the forms of objects, furnishings, and details BHDM hopes will give visitors a vision of their new life here.

Step Inside Gotham Point in Queens, New York

A kitchen sink with wood lower cabinets and white upper ones
A bed with a yellow headboard and red striped pillows
A bedroom with dark gray walls and a gallery wall of photos
A living area with expansive windows in Gotham Point

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