10-Story, 79-Unit Residential Building Now Underway At 41-29 24th Street, Long Island City

41-29 24th Street41-29 24th Street, image via TCSB

Back in April of 2014, YIMBY brought you news of Ciampa Organization’s planned 10-story residential building at 41-29 24th Street, in Long Island City’s Queens Plaza neighborhood. The building is dubbed Package Square West, and it appears to have been scaled down from its initial 150-foot-wide, 94,845 square-foot dimensions. The latest filings – which are also plagued with a slew of violations – call for 79 units (down from 126) spread across 67,059 square feet. That means units would average 849 square feet apiece. Foundation work began in late 2014, and today the project stands two stories above street level, The Court Square Blog reports. According to zoning diagrams, a 51-foot-wide piece of the site will be backfilled and made into a side yard. Fresh Meadows-based Fakler, Eliason & Porcelli is the architect of record.

41-29 24th Street

41-29 24th Street, zoning diagram via the DOB

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