2018-07-11 / Front Page

YIMBY Reveals Exclusive Rendering Of LIC Project

By Liz Goff
The YIMBY (Yes, In My Back Yard) website has released exclusive renderings of a development planned for a parcel at 37-01 37th Avenue in the Dutch Kills section of Long Island City.

As reported by the Gazette earlier this year, two buildings and a parking lot formerly utilized by a film equipment rental firm will soon face a wrecking ball to make way for a 7-story, mixed-use development at the site.

The new, 75-foot-tall building will feature 184,085-square-feet of space, with 133,450-square-feet of manufacturing space and 10,950-square-feet of ground floor retail space, according to a post on the YIMBY website.

The building will also feature 133,452-square-feet of residential space with 199 apartments and an underground garage with parking spaces for 146 vehicles and 110 bicycles, recreation rooms in the cellar and on the second floor, and a ground floor lobby, according to YIMBY.

The building will be conveniently located two blocks from the elevated N/W subway lines, one block from the MTA Q-102 bus line and within walking distance to the Queens Plaza transportation hub. It is also located close to the Broadway and Steinway Street commercial strips, less than two blocks from Northern Boulevard and the MTA Q-101 bus line and three blocks from the MTA Q-104 bus line.

Demolition permits have not been filed, and an estimated completion date has not been announced, according to YIMBY.





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