Permits have been filed for a six-story non-profit living facility at 80-97 Cypress Avenue, in Glendale, Queens. The site is right across from Mount Judah Cemetery. Nine blocks away is the Halsey Street subway station, bordering Bushwick, and serviced by the L trains.
Welllife Network is listed as responsible for the development. The non-profit is dedicated to assisting people and families recovering from health issues, with a focus on educating fiscal responsibility.
The 57-foot tall structure will yield 50,720 square feet, with 45,420 square feet dedicated to residential use. 66 apartments will be created, averaging 688 square feet apiece, slightly smaller than the average rental unit. The building will include offices, a community room, lounge, and laundry. 19 parking spaces will be included on site.
The Manhattan-based Urban Architectural Initiatives is listed as responsible for the design.
Demolition permits for the existing structure have not been filed yet. The estimated completion date has not been announced.