Construction has restarted on a nine-story mixed-use structure in Flushing, Queens. Renderings of 146-10 35th Avenue, the development’s official address, have also been revealed to YIMBY as the project once again moves forward.
Although permits were originally filed and approved in 2007, filings expired in 2010 before construction was completed. Amended filings, approved between 2015 and 2018, pertain to partial demolition and repair of the incomplete structure allowing construction to resume.
Today, the project is expected to yield around 25,000 gross square feet. Planned components include 19 residential units, commercial space, and an unspecified community facility. Sub-grade parking spaces will occupy the building’s cellar levels.
Lu Ning Architecture will oversee design of the building.