The burgeoning new immigrant population in Woodside, Jackson Heights and Corona has driven a small construction boom in those neighborhoods, and one developer has decided to capitalize on the area’s growth with an eight-story hotel at 64-06 Queens Boulevard in Woodside.
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“11th Street Condominiums LLC” has filed applications for a seven-story, 42-unit residential building spanning the lots of 46-14 – 46-20 11th Street, in Long Island City. The project will total 40,035 square feet of residential space, and if the LLC’s name hints anything, condominiums will average roughly 950 square feet. Raymond Chan is designing, and an existing two-story warehouse must first be removed.
Newly filed construction applications have revived plans filed in 2013 at the vacant parcel spanning 529-543 President Street, in Gowanus, where RJ Hospitality is to construct a five-story, 101-key hotel measuring roughly 31,100 square feet. Raymond Chan is designing, and the site’s former single-story predecessor had been demolished in 2008.
Flushing North LLC has filed additional applications to revive plans for a five-story, 18-unit mixed-use building originally filed in early 2014 at 557 Hart Street, in northern Bushwick. The building will span 17,422 square feet, and includes a 3,100 square-foot commercial component. Raymond Chan is designing, and an existing single-story structure must first be demolished.
In 2012, Flushing-based developer Pi Capital Partners opened their six-story Elm East project at 86-55 Broadway, on the northeastern corner of Broadway and Queens Boulevard. The project was apparently a success – they’ve got active…