13-Story, 88-Unit Mixed-Use Building Under Construction at 142-38 37th Avenue, Flushing

142-38 37th Avenue142-38 37th Avenue, rendering by Architects Studio

Back in November of 2014, YIMBY revealed renderings of the planned 13-story, 88-unit mixed-use building at 142-38 37th Avenue, in downtown Flushing, located three blocks from the Main Street Station on the 7 train. The project, dubbed East West Tower, is still under development, as its developer, Long Island-based Kenny Liu, has recently submitted plans to the Attorney General’s office detailing the project’s estimated sellout. The building is being valued at $95.5 million by the developer, according to The Real Deal. The 160,122-square-foot structure will host 26,791 square feet of community facility space across the ground and second floors. That space will be split between 18 doctors offices. Residential condominium units will begin on the third floor and should average 731 square feet apiece. There will be a 142-car parking garage and a fitness center in the cellar. Maspeth-based Architects Studio is designing and construction is quietly underway.

142-38 37th Avenue

Vacant 142-38 37th Avenue, image via Google Maps

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1 Comment on "13-Story, 88-Unit Mixed-Use Building Under Construction at 142-38 37th Avenue, Flushing"

  1. It’s good job in this building, where is soft on white and tender with blue glass.

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