Attendees also included President and CEO of Onex Real Estate Partners, Owner and Developer of Sky View Parc and Sky View Center, Michael Dana and distinguished guests such as New York City Councilman Peter Koo, Assembly Woman Grace Meng, Senator Toby Ann Stavisky and Peter Tu of Flushing Business Association.
Michael Chang conducted a hitting clinic with students from various schools like Stuyvesant High School, Benjamin Cardozo High School and PS 101 as well as the kids currently living at Sky View Parc. Guests also toured the homes and enjoyed music and hors d’oeuvres in the entertainment lounge. The event concluded with selected guests receiving tennis memorabilia signed by Chang.
“I was honored to be invited for the unveiling of these first-class tennis and basketball courts at Sky View Parc,” said Michael Chang, the youngest-ever male player to win a Grand Slam singles title in the French Open. “Onex put a great deal of thought and care into the design of the homes and amenity spaces at Sky View Parc. I wish that this projects existed when I spent so much time just steps away at the USTA practicing for my tournaments”
In addition to the new tennis and basketball courts, Sky View Parc unveiled the stunning new 8,000-square-
Prospective homeowners can choose homes ranging from 575-square-foot studios to 1,765-square-
Conveniently located above Sky View Center, an 800,000-square-
Located at 40-22 College Point Boulevard. For more information on Sky View Parc, visit www.skyviewparc.com or call 718-886-8899.