JFA Reveals Preliminary Renderings for 26-30 4th Street in Astoria, Queens

Preliminary rendering of 26-30 4th Street - J Frankl AssociatesPreliminary rendering of 26-30 4th Street - J Frankl Associates

J Frank Associates has released preliminary renderings of a recently approved residential development in Astoria, Queens. The seven-story building will be located on a 25,000-square-foot through-block lot at 26-30 4th Street.

The development consists of two residential buildings that are designed to appear as one cohesive structure. The buildings will be joined by an inner courtyard with possible frontage along both 3rd and 4th Streets.

When complete, the development will comprise 98,534 square feet with 99 individual units. The most premium residences will include private outdoor space.

The project team has not released further details about the project such as possible amenities or a timeline of construction. It is also difficult to discern the materials selected for the building’s enclosure given the nature of the illustrations.

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3 Comments on "JFA Reveals Preliminary Renderings for 26-30 4th Street in Astoria, Queens"

  1. LEAVE ASTORIA ALONE WE ARE ALREADY OVERPOPULATED. THE GREED WILL DESTROY OUR COMMUNITY

    • This is excellent density for Astoria. Exactly what need to be built throughout, with larger buildings adjacent the N.

  2. “The development consists of two residential buildings that are designed to appear as one cohesive structure.”

    Umm, is that why the two buildings look totally different from each other? I don’t think cohesive means what they think it means.

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