2019-02-06 / Front Page

Neighborhood Development News

Compiled by Liz Goff

Announce 7-Story Residential Building On 30th Drive

The owners of a parcel at 25-22 30th Drive in Astoria have filed plans to develop a 7-story, 70-foot-tall reside3ntial building at the site, according to information posted on the YIMBY (Yes, In My Back Yard) website.
The proposed project will feature 21,927-square-feet of residential space with 31 units, most likely rentals, according to YIMBT.
The building will also feature a cellar, 10 on-site parking spaces and six off-site parking spaces.
A two-story wood framed house curre3ntly at the site will have to be demolished to make way for the new building, according to YIMBY.
The building will be conveniently located just two blocks west of the newly-renovated MTA 30th Avenue N/W elevated line and the MTA Q-102 bus line that leads to the Queens Plaza transportation hub.
It is also located within walking distance to the 30th Avenue “Restaurant Row,” the 30th Avenue commercial strip and the Mount Sinai Hospital of Astoria.
An estimated completion date has not been announced.


New Rendering For Queens Plaza Hi-Rise

Silverback Development recently acquired a parcel at 24-16 Queen Plaza South for $80 million from Greystone Development, and has revealed plans for development of a 23-story residential project at the site, according to information posted on the YIMBY website.
As part of the acquisition, Silverback Development will convert interior layouts from rentals to condominiums, according to YIMBY.
When complete, the conversion will yield 109 high-end condominium residences ranging from studios to two-bedroom units.
The amenity package and completion date have not yet been confirmed.


Sunnyside Apartment Building

The owners of a parcel at 45-07 48th Avenue in Sunnyside have filed plans to develop a 4-story, 40-foot tall apartment building at the site.
The proposed project would feature 4,485-square-feet of commercial space, 9,375-square-feet of residential space and 564-square-feet of space for community facilities.
The building will have 12 residences, most likely rentals, with underground parking for 10 cars and a 30-foot-long rear yard.
A twp-story structure currently located at the site would have to be demolished to make way for the new building.
An estimated completion date has not be3n announced.

              


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