Benz Dealership Design Part of New LIC Luxury Rental

Sep 18, 2018 | News

Silver Star Motors has opened its new pre-owned Mercedes-Benz dealership at The Silver Star in Long Island City.

Montroy DeMarco Architecture (MDALLP) served as the architect for both the mixed-use building and the new dealership at 37-14 36th Street.

The dealership occupies the first and second floors, and rental residential units are located on the upper floors.

An affiliate of Silver Star Motors served as the developer of the new tower, which is located next to the company’s existing new car dealership.

According to MDALLP Principal Richard J. DeMarco, AIA, the 41,300 SF car dealership is a modern, open space with expansive windows on the first and second floors.

“The dealership is seamlessly incorporated into the modern architectural design of the overall tower,” said DeMarco.

In addition to MDALLP, the project team included general contractor 1 Oak Contracting, interior designer for the residential section Fogarty Finger Architecture, service center design consultant Dealer Solutions and Design, structural engineer Gilsanz Murray Steficek, MEP engineer Lilker Engineering, geotechnical and S.O.E. consultant GZA GeoEnvironmental, civil engineer DeRosier Engineering, audiovisual consultant Sage Security.

Source: Real Estate Weekly

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