Court Square Place

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Court Square Place is a 16-story office building located at Hunter and 25th Streets, near Court Square, Long Island City, Queens just outside Manhattan and is "the tallest building constructed in the area since 1989."[1] It is owned and operated by the United Nations Federal Credit Union (UNFCU). It was completed in 2006 based on the designs from architects of HLW International with Tishman Construction Corporation handling the major construction. Langan Engineering and Environmental Services, Inc., Eurotech Construction, Permasteelisa USA and Cives Steel Company also provided construction support.

The New York Times states that the building "rivals new construction in Manhattan."[2] It is across 44th Drive from the Citicorp Building.


  1. Stephanie Mayhew (June 2006). "Development Flourishes in New City.". Retrieved 2006-11-04. 
  2. Lisa Chamberlain (2006-09-27). "Across the East River and Poised for Growth.". New York Times. Retrieved 2006-11-04. 

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