Renderings Revealed for 31-23 Linden Place in Flushing, Queens

Rendering of 31-21 Linden Place - Focal Point Architects & AssociatesRendering of 31-21 Linden Place - Focal Point Architects & Associates

Renderings from Focal Point Architects & Associates reveal a new ten-story residential building at 31-23 Linden Place in Flushing, Queens. The structure will comprise 17,000 square feet and replace a pair of two-family homes.

Architectural renderings illustrate a slim, rectilinear volume with a sleek glass façade at the front and rear of the building. The sides feature simple white cladding with modest ornamental grid line divisions. Occupants will have access to a multitude of outdoor spaces throughout the property. This includes private balconies for select units, a roof deck, a terrace level above the first floor, and an elevated rear yard with light landscaping and passive recreation spaces.

Aerial rendering of 31-21 Linden Place - Focal Point Architects & Associates

Aerial rendering of 31-21 Linden Place – Focal Point Architects & Associates

Aerial rendering of 31-21 Linden Place - Focal Point Architects & Associates

Aerial rendering of 31-21 Linden Place – Focal Point Architects & Associates

Within, the new property will create 12,500 square feet of residential area that will yield 16 market-rate rental apartments. Lower levels will also house a seven-vehicle parking structure and an unspecified community facility that will occupy just under 4,300 square feet of buildable square feet.

Danny Wu of ABD Linden Group LLC is listed as property owner on permit applications filed with the Department of Buildings. At this time, it is not clear when the development is expected to debut.

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7 Comments on "Renderings Revealed for 31-23 Linden Place in Flushing, Queens"

  1. Finally, palm trees are coming to New York.

  2. That’s a seriously ugly block. What I love about balconies in Chinese neighborhoods is that they’re always used as outdoor storage bins, and add a ineffable slum-chic to the area.

  3. Interesting design.

  4. Linden Place is something of the great divide in this part of Flushing with commercial and light industrial uses to the west and residential to the east. There is heavy traffic here from the exit of the Whitestone Expressway to the bridge. If you go a block or two further east, you are in the Mitchell Linden area of 41 co-op buildings with lawns and gardens. While these buildings from the 1950s have no balconies, the layouts can be gracious with 10 by 14 foot kitchens at times.

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