2015-04-15 / Front Page

First New Housing In 40 Years

By LIZ GOFF

Residential development is on the rise in the Dutch Kills community in Long Island City, where a new, seven-story building is about to replace a row of one-story commercial buildings.
The new, seven-story, mixed-use building, between 37-11 and 37-19 33rd Street will reach through to 34th Street, where it will replace a row of one-and-two-story commercial buildings, real estate sources said.


The new building will feature 46 residential units with 27 parking spaces and 3,100 square feet of ground-floor commercial space, real estate sources said.


The new development will drastically change the complexion of 33rd Street between 37th and 38th Avenues, which has featured only commercial properties for more than 40 years, a real estate source said.


“It’s going to be a big change in a neighborhood that has been crying for residential development for many years,” the source said.


The development is located approximately two blocks from mass transit, both the subway and buses, is two blocks from Northern Boulevard and less than 10 minutes from the Queens Plaza transportation hub.

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