Queens-based developer Cord Meyer Development has nearly completed the first phase of a new multi-building residential complex in Bayside, Queens. The four-story property is located at 211-35 23rd Avenue and replaces a long-vacant green space across from the Bay Terrace Shopping Center. When complete, the entire complex will comprise 33 two-family townhouses.
Anthony Morali Architects
Forest Hills-based Cord Meyer Development has filed applications for three four-story, two-family residential buildings at 18-62 through 18-66 Bay Lane, in the Bay Terrace section of Bayside, Queens. The collection of townhouses will be built somewhere on the block that’s occupied by Bell Apartments, a five-building, 310-unit co-op complex at 211-35 23rd Avenue. Each of the new townhouses will measure between 3,962 square feet and 4,778 square feet. Across all three, the individual units should average a spacious 2,167 square feet apiece. There will also be two parking spaces in the basement of each unit. Anthony Morali’s Midtown West-based architecture firm is the architect of record.
Last week, YIMBY reported on permits for a 14-story mixed use development at 144-74 Northern Boulevard in Murray Hill, just east of Flushing in Queens. Now we have the reveal for the unusual, two-tower complex that will rise between 146th Street and Parsons Boulevard.
The eastern borderlands between Flushing and Murray Hill, along Northern Boulevard in Queens, have become the new frontier for builders looking to make their mark in the fast-growing Asian neighborhood. Developer Oz Levi managed to find a large development site at 144-74 Northern Boulevard, at the corner of 146th Street in Murray Hill.