Developer Files For 10-Story, 232-Unit Affordable Mixed-Use Project At 133-55 41st Avenue, Flushing

133-55 41st Avenue133-55 41st Avenue, rendering by Bernheimer Architecture

Back in April 0f 2015, the Department of City Planning selected Brooklyn-based Monadnock Development to build an all-affordable residential building with commercial space at the parking lot at 133-45 – 133-55 41st Avenue, in Downtown Flushing. Now the developer has filed applications for the project, which will rise 10 stories and contain 232 residential units. The new building, dubbed One Flushing, will encompass 286,193 square feet, and ground-floor commercial-retail and community facility space will total 28,864 and 13,872 square feet, respectively. Apartments will begin on the second floor and should average 792 square feet apiece.

Amenities, listed in the Schedule A, include a total 135 bike storage spaces, 30 motor vehicles in the cellar, cart storage space, and other storage rooms; on the second floor, a spa room, a meeting area, a children’s playroom, a café, entertainment rooms, and a recycling room; and finally, on the 10th floor, an outdoor recreational space and a community room. Bernheimer Architecture is designing and SLCE Architects is serving as the architect of record. The Real Deal was the first to report the filings.

133-55 41st Avenue

133-55 41st Avenue, rendering by Bernheimer Architecture

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6 Comments on "Developer Files For 10-Story, 232-Unit Affordable Mixed-Use Project At 133-55 41st Avenue, Flushing"

  1. Like the ship floating in the sea, white and blue-light colors cooling to the eye so much.

  2. Woodside Almost Astoria | March 8, 2016 at 12:06 pm |

    Thats fair. Some irresponsible person gets a band new, modern subsidized apartment while the guy doing everything right that doesn’t expect a hand out is living in market rate substandard housing.

  3. HPD chose the developer, not DCP.

  4. Keep packing em in!!
    Did anyone do a study on how strained the infrastructure is this area of Flushing is already!
    or is the mighty renminbi leading the way

  5. Evelyn Tully Costa | March 8, 2016 at 3:03 pm |

    Good news for those who are going to live inside, god knows we need more affordable apts, BUT do they ALL have to look so CHEAP and BLEAK for those of us looking at it????

    For all the extra pressure it’s going to put on local infrastructure it could at LEAST show some character, detailing, beauty.

  6. eddie abrams | August 5, 2016 at 5:18 pm |

    clean up flushing creek first

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