Four-Building, 26-Unit Residential Development Filed At 90-11 56th Avenue, Elmhurst

90-11 56th AvenuePre-demolition 90-11 56th Avenue, image via Google Maps

Property owner Tu Kang Yang has filed applications for four six- to seven-unit residential buildings at 90-11 – 90-21 56th Avenue, in southern Elmhurst, located three blocks from the Grand Av-Newtown stop on the M/R. All of the structures will rise four stories and measure 6,200 square feet, and two six-unit buildings will be book-ended by the seven-unit buildings. Across the 26-unit development, there will be 19,600 square feet of residential space, which means units should average a rental-sized 754 square feet apiece. Danny Yan’s Fresh Meadows-based Yan Architect & Planner is the applicant of record. The site currently consists of two two-and-a-half-story wood-framed houses.

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2 Comments on "Four-Building, 26-Unit Residential Development Filed At 90-11 56th Avenue, Elmhurst"

  1. Another bit of historic Elmhurst bites the dust, to be replaced by something that will make the ugly postwar buildings on the block look good in comparison!

  2. I’m for decent development, but this is sad to lose this piece of history! To me it’s still suspicious that there was a fire in that green house:
    http://queenscrap.blogspot.com/2015/09/most-historic-house-in-elmhurst.html

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