Renderings Revealed for 21-12 30th Road, Astoria, Queens

21-12 30th Road view looking south, rendering by Marner Architects21-12 30th Road view looking south, rendering by Marner Architects

New renderings have been revealed for a 14-story mixed-use building proposed at 21-12 30th Road, in Astoria, Queens. The site is currently under environmental review by the City. Variety Boys and Girls Club is responsible for the development.

21-12 30th Road view looking north, rendering by Marner Architects

21-12 30th Road view looking north, rendering by Marner Architects

The 145-foot tall structure will yield 285,040 square feet with 133,090 square feet dedicated to residential use, 7,780 square feet for commercial-retail use, and 114,430 square feet for the Club’s community facility space. 112 apartments will be created, averaging 1,188 square feet apiece, indicating condominiums.

Marner Architecture is responsible for the renderings, and potentially responsible the architecture. The building’s façade is a mix of masonry and curtain wall.

21-12 30th Road elevation, rendering by Marner Architects

21-12 30th Road elevation, rendering by Marner Architects

Elevations from the review document reveal the building will be split between two towers. Residential space rises 14 floors, with the community facility area rising six floors above ground. The community facilities would create a pool, offices, an audio studio, classrooms, and a rooftop play roof.

21-12 30th Road, rendering by Marner Architects

21-12 30th Road, rendering by Marner Architects

Completion is expected by 2021.

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1 Comment on "Renderings Revealed for 21-12 30th Road, Astoria, Queens"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: Far focus on the building, it will still prominent.

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