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The building at 50-09 Second Street in Long Island City, Queens, is known as “The Powerhouse“. It is a former electrical powerhouse whose four, 275-foot-high chimneys have been chopped off.
The building was developed by CGS Developments and Zigmond Brach and designed by McKim. In 2008 in was converted to a residential condominium.
It has 177 apartments, of which 16 are duplexes. Karl Fischer was the architect for the residential conversion and Andres Escobar did the interiors.
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