Astoria

32-06 Astoria Boulevard

Six-Story, 27-Unit Mixed-Use Building Now Planned At 32-06 Astoria Boulevard, Astoria

In mid-2014, YIMBY reported on applications for a 13-story, 24-unit mixed-use building at 32-06 Astoria Boulevard, in central Astoria, located a stone’s throw away from the N/Q trains’ stop on the same street. Lambros Houliaras, head of Astoria-based Double T Corp., recently scaled down the project and is now planning a six-story, 27-unit building. The 26,016 square-foot structure would include 4,273 and 743 square feet of retail and medical offices, respectively, on the ground floor. Beginning on the second floor, residential units would average a rental-sized 778 square feet apiece. The building will feature a rooftop terrace, and Long Island-based Constantine Efstathiou is the architect of record.


14-45 31st Avenue

Five-Story, 18-Unit Residential Building Filed At 14-45 31st Avenue, Astoria

Theodore Spyronassis, doing business as an Astoria-based LLC, has filed applications for a five-story, 18-unit residential building at 14-45 31st Avenue, in western Astoria. The project – located three blocks in from the East River – will measure 14,552 square feet, which means units will average 808 square feet each. Emmanuel Katerinis’ Astoria-based EJK Engineering is the applicant of record. Demolition of the site’s two-story brick predecessor wrapped up over the last few weeks.


25-53 38th Street

Five-Story, 21-Unit Residential Project Filed At 25-53 38th Street, Astoria

Long Island City-based United Air Conditioning, an engineering and utility company, has filed applications for a five-story, 21-unit residential building at 25-53 38th Street, in central Astoria, located nine blocks from the 30th Avenue stop on the N and Q trains. The structure will measure 14,263 square feet in total, which means units will average a rental-sized 679 square feet apiece. New Jersey-based T.F. Cusanelli and Filletti Architects is the applicant of record. The assemblage consists of two small townhouses and permits have not been filed yet to knock them down.



27-15 27th Street, image via Google Maps

Permits Filed: 27-15 27th Street, Astoria

A five-story apartment building may replace a little 1910s wood frame house at 27-15 27th Street in Astoria. New building applications were filed last week to build 10 apartments on the site between Newtown and 30th Avenues, a few blocks south of the Astoria Boulevard stop on the N/Q trains.

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