2017-01-25 / Front Page

Developments Soar Over Dutch Kills

By Liz Goff
Work is underway on a seven-story, 16, 900-square-foot, 19-unit mixed use building at 31-12 38th Avenue in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City.

The site, previously occupied by a two-story residential and commercial building, is located on the south side of 38th Avenue, just one block from the 39th Avenue (Bee Bee Avenue) N ad W subway station and three blocks from the 36th Street E and M station. The building is also located one block from the Q-101 and Q-102 bus lines, and within walking distance to the Queens Plaza transportation hub and the Queensborough Bridge.

The 80-foot-tall development will tower over its neighbors, and will feature a cellar with parking spaces for nine vehicles and space for utilities. Plans show the ground floor will be split between a residential lobby, bicycle storage, a garage access ramp and a photographic and motion picture studio.

Each of the 19 residential units will measure from 510- to 929-square-feet. The second through fifth floors will feature four one-bedroom units per level, and the sixth floor will feature one two-bedroom and two one-bedroom units – one of which will be a duplex unit with a double-height living room. The seventh level will feature a family room and private deck with a shared roof terrace.

The site is surrounded by new developments, including a nearly completed six-story, 19-unit apartment building at 32-04 38th Avenue, a six-story, 94-unit building at 33-01 38th Avenue, a seven-story, 46-unit building at 37-12 34th Street, a 45-unit building at 37-29 33rd Street, and a 10-story, 428-unit project at 30-17 40th Avenue.









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