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63-33 Alderton Street

Two-Family Building Developments Replace Underutilized Lots in Rego Park, Laurelton

Two more applications have been filed that would replace another single-family structure in the neighborhood of Rego Park, and Laurelton, an even rarer vacant lot, in central and eastern Queens, respectively. The burgeoning demand for residential units makes it more attractive to redevelop lots that would otherwise remain single-family homes.

The property owner of the single-family home at 63-33 Alderton Street, in Rego Park, has filed applications for a two-story, two-family building measuring 2,405 square feet. The existing structure will be utilized and expanded upon during construction, and Chang Hwa Tan is designing.

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97-30 64th Avenue, image from Google Maps

Permits Filed: 97-30 64th Avenue, Rego Park

During the 1930s and ’40s, Rego Park and other central Queens neighborhoods were the site of frenzied speculative residential construction, as private, market-rate builders sought to meet some of the massive demand for new apartments in…

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