According to leading development companies F&T Group and SCG America, the first residential phase of Tangram — the transformative 1.2 million s/f, mixed-use development consisting of groundbreaking retail, office, residential and hotel space in Flushing — is near sellout, with less than 5% of its 192 residences remaining. Inspired by the traditional Chinese dissection puzzle consisting of flat pieces called tans, Tangram will bring a total of 320 residences to Flushing, and will unveil phase two of its residences by the end of the year. The project was designed by Margulies Hoelzli Architecture and engineered by MG Engineering.
“Due to the tremendous success at Tangram House South, which brought to market an elevated housing option never before seen in Flushing, we are planning to roll out sales for Tangram House West earlier than anticipated,” said Helen Lee, executive vice president of F&T Group. “While it will feature a different aesthetic than phase one, it will be just as thoughtfully-designed and provide an equally generous and luxurious lifestyle.”
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