2018-04-18 / Front Page

41-Story Tower At 41-05 29th Street

By Liz Goff

The owners of a parcel at 41-05 29th Street in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City have submitted pre-filing permits for development of a 24-story, mixed-use tower at the sit

The 290-foot tall tower will feature 66.940-suare-feet of residential space with 84 apartments measuring 707-square-feet each, including some larger rental units, and 2,050-square-feet of ground floor retail space, according to information posted on the YIMBY (Yes, In My Back Yard) website.

The building will feature a fitness center, library and children’s lounge for tenants, a ground floor lobby, and onsite storage space for 41 bicycles.

The building is conveniently located two blocks from the Queens Plaza subway station, with access to the E, M and R MTA subway lines. It is located five blocks from the Queens Plaza transportation hub, with access to the No. 7, N, W, E and R lines, along with the Q101, Q102, Q32 and Q15 MTA bus lines, Queens Boulevard, Jackson Avenue and the lower level of the Queensborough Bridge.

The building is also located within walking distance to two major supermarket chains. The Steinway Street and Broadway/Astoria shopping districts are within walking distance or via the Q101 bus line. It also features easy access to the Kaufman Astoria Studios, the Frank Sinatra School For The Performing Arts and the Baccalaureate School For Global Education. The location also offers easy access to the 30th and 34th Avenue “Restaurant Rows,” the Noguchi Museum, Socrates Sculpture Park and Athens Square Park.

It is unlikely that the current design is final, according to YIMBY.

Permits are in place for demolition of an existing structure at the site. The developer has not announced an estimated completion date for the project.

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