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42-44 Crescent Street, above the blue dot; overhead shot by Bing Maps

Permits Filed: 42-44 Crescent Street

The Court Square area’s most built-out street, Crescent Street, is about to get another piece of infill: Architects Studio filed permits this morning for an eight-story building at 42-44 Crescent Street. The site sits a…

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22-44 Jackson Avenue

Permits Filed: 22-44 Jackson Avenue

Now that the controversy over the towers that will rise at the site of the old 5 Pointz open-air graffiti gallery has quieted down, construction is soon to commence, according to the developer. Architect H….

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42-14 Crescent Street

Revealed: 42-14 Crescent Street

Development in Long Island City’s Court Square area has been somewhat patchy, with dense buildings sprouting on blocks of low-slung warehouses. Crescent Street has been the exception, with the stretch just north of the Queensboro Bridge filling out,…

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38-55 11th Street

Permits Filed: 38-51 & 38-55 11th Street

While Court Square and Hunters Point are undergoing a building boom due to their residential rezoning during the 2000s, the area north of the Queensboro Bridge — formerly called Ravenswood, now considered southern Astoria — is also seeing…

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42-14 Crescent Street

Permits Filed: 42-14 Crescent Street

The first permits are up for a new 13-story development coming to 42-14 Crescent Street, in Long Island City’s Court Square neighborhood; Meadow Partners is listed as the site’s developer, and John Fotiadis is the architect…

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