Permits Filed For New Mixed-Use Building Coming to 84-14 Queens Boulevard in Elmhurst, Queens

84-14 Queens Boulevard84-14 Queens Boulevard, image via Google Maps

A new residential building is set to rise seven stories on an empty plot of land at 84-14 Queens Boulevard in the Queens neighborhood of Elmhurst. The site is located on the north side within a triangular parcel of land surrounded by Queens Boulevard to the north, Van Loon Street to the west, and Grand Avenue curving upwards from the south. The Grand Avenue-Newton subway stop sits across the street, serving the E, M and R Train into Manhattan.

Permits call for ground-up construction that spans 14,190 square feet, 13,690 square feet of that being residential space to be divided amongst 20 proposed units. There will also be enclosed parking for 10 vehicles. The lot itself about 75 feet wide.

This will be a mixed-use building constructed with reinforced concrete and it will contain limited commercial and communal facilities in addition to the apartment.

Robert Lin is the architect of record, and Tu Kang Yang is the developer. No completion date for the project has been announced yet.

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1 Comment on "Permits Filed For New Mixed-Use Building Coming to 84-14 Queens Boulevard in Elmhurst, Queens"

  1. Please pardon me for using your space: In some details on development, I know its purpose. (Hello YIMBY)

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