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In combination, these projects introduce 1,109 apartments and 160 hotel rooms to the neighborhood.

The Present In the year that has passed since then, the Court Square skyline has more than doubled in size.

The 42-story Citylights apartment building, erected in 1997, was joined by a phalanx of similarly-sized residential towers, such as the East Coast LIC complex built by TF Cornerstone, over the course of the following decade.

Though the riverfront continues its growth along Hunters Point South, the development spotlight has shifted further inland to Court Square, encouraged by a then-recent neighborhood upzoning.

Hayden – 43-25 Hunter Street – 50 floors – residential [974 units], retail – Rockrose Development [developer] – SLCE [architect] – topped-out: May 2016.

Anchoring the massive structure that occupies almost an entire city block, the slanted slab of Hayden works in tandem with the adjacent One Court Square.

Last September, we gave our readers a definitive introduction to the city’s latest urban core, which was then just beginning its skyward ascent.

We also look at the 11,000 residential units, over a million square feet of office space, and around 1,800 hotel rooms that are under construction or proposed for the neighborhood.At that time, three more prominent buildings joined the skyline: the 26-story, 284-unit, glass-and-brick slab of the Halo LIC at 44-41 Purves Street; the 21-story, 421-unit QLIC at 41-42 24th Street; and the dramatic, 31-story, angled slab of 29-11 Queens Plaza North, which would combine the 160-room Marriott Courtyard Long Island City hotel on the lower floors with the 135-unit Aurora apartment complex above.All three have been completed since then: QLIC around December 2015, Halo LIC in April 2016, and 29-11 Queens Plaza North in May (hotel) and July (residences).Its streets were dominated by rowhomes and factory buildings since the late 19th century.While the old factory lofts appear imposing at the ground level, they barely register on the skyline, which, for much of its existence, was pierced only by chimney stacks, occasional church spires (such as that of the Church of St.