Developer Assembling Mixed-Use Site At 69-02 Queens Boulevard, Elmhurst

69-02 Queens BoulevardThe entire assemblage pre-demolition/acquisition, image via Google Maps

Madison Realty Capital has acquired the vacant 29,000-square-foot lot at 69-02 – 69-08 Queens Boulevard, in Elmhurst, for $14.75 million. The purchase is the first of five properties that are currently being assembled for a mixed-use development, according to The Real Deal. Three other properties – the two-story structure at 46-12 70th Street, the single-story warehouse as 69-39 47th Avenue, and the restaurant at 69-20 Queens Boulevard – are currently in contract to be sold by their respective owners. The fifth property is a two-story cultural center at 69-23 47th Avenue. The single property Madison owns can accommodate roughly 145,000 square feet of development, but if successful in acquiring the entire assemblage, the developer could build a nearly 358,000-square-foot project. At that point, Madison plans to take a mixed-use rental project through the city’s Urban Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP).

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1 Comment on "Developer Assembling Mixed-Use Site At 69-02 Queens Boulevard, Elmhurst"

  1. The final of long way near the area, preparing and use land for growing transport too.

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