Mixed-Use

45-08 23rd Street

Excavation Begins At 45-08 23rd Street, Site Of Four-Unit Mixed-Use Building, Long Island City

Excavation has begun at 45-08 23rd Street, in Long Island City, where Mary Rera is planning a three-story, four-unit mixed-use building, according to The Court Square Blog. Specific square-footage breakdowns are unavailable, but the entire structure, mechanical space included, will measure 6,000 square feet. Schematics were posted on-site late last year, and Edward Hicks is the architect of record.


18-17 Homelawn Street

Four-Story, 13-Unit Residential Building Filed At 87-17 Homelawn Street, Jamaica Hills

Mirza Rahman has filed applications for a four-story, 13-unit mixed-use building at 87-13 – 18-17 Homelawn Street, in Jamaica Hills, a block away from the 169th Street stop on the F train. The 12,300 square-foot building will include 1,680 square feet for a community facility in the cellar, and residential units will measure an average 815 square feet each. JLS Designs is the architect of record, and two existing single-family structures must first be demolished.



98-02 Queens Boulevard

Seven-Story, 59-Unit Mixed-Use Building Planned At 98-02 Queens Boulevard, Rego Park

Applications filed in April 2014 have resurfaced again calling for a seven-story, 59-unit mixed-use building at 98-02 – 98-12 Queens Boulevard, two blocks east from the 63rd Drive stop on the M and R lines, in Rego Park. Bahar Corporation is developing the 46,410 square-foot building, which will feature retail space in the cellar and 7,000 square feet of community space on the first floor. Peter Casini is the architect of record, and a single-story commercial building must first be demolished.


180 Baldwin Avenue

980-Unit Mixed-Use Development Planned At 180 Baldwin Avenue, Journal Square

Tomorrow, Argent Ventures will go before the Planning Board for approval of their planned 980-unit mixed-use development at 180 Baldwin Avenue, in Jersey City’s Journal Square. Two buildings will rise to seven stories on Baldwin Avenue, and two 25-story towers will stand behind those, according to The Jersey Journal. The project will feature ground-floor retail space, and public plazas are also planned. A four-story, 300,000 square-foot former factory must first be demolished, and Marchetto Higgins Stieve is designing.


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