Elmhurst

42-34 Forley Street

Three Stories, Nine Residential Units Planned At 42-34 Forley Street, Elmhurst

Flushing-based Sheng Hui Realty has filed applications for three identical three-story residential buildings spanning the lots 42-34 – 42-38 Forley Street, in northern Elmhurst, five blocks from the 90th Street stop on the 7 train. The development will contain nine residential units — three in each building — across a total 9,245 square feet of residential space. Chang Hwa Tan is the architect of record, and two existing single-family homes were filed for demolition this past May.



92-11 48th Avenue

Four-Story, Eight-Unit Building Filed At 92-11 48th Avenue, Elmhurst

Property owner Syed Imamuddin has filed applications for a four-story, eight-unit residential building at 92-11 48th Avenue, in eastern Elmhurst. The building will measure 6,520 square feet, which translates into an average unit size of 815 square feet. Sandor Weiss, of Gelu Durus Musica, is the architect of record, and the existing three-story, three-unit structure must first be demolished.


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Mixed-Use Development Site At 72-01 Queens Boulevard Hits the Market, Elmhurst

Piermont Properties is looking to sell an assemblage of four properties spanning 72-01 – 72-25 Queens Boulevard and 72-30 – 72-38 45th Avenue, in eastern Elmhurst, for roughly $45 million. The current owner acquired the properties for a total $25 million over the past year, and the site could accommodate a 297,000 square-foot mixed-use building. A 10-year-old three-story, seven-unit building, a 2.5-story vacant home and three low-rise commercial buildings would likely be demolished. HFF is marketing the sites, according to The Real Deal.


90-05 56th Avenue

Nine-Unit Building To Replace Small Abode at 90-05 56th Avenue, Elmhurst

102-08 Holding Inc. has filed applications for a four-story, nine-unit residential building at 90-05 56th Avenue, in southern Elmhurst. The building will measure roughly 6,400 square feet, and an existing two-story abode must first be demolished. Chang Hwa Tan, of Tan Architect PC, is the architect of record.


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