Permits have been filed for a seven-story mixed-use building at 146-15 Northern Boulevard, in Murray Hill, Queens. The site is five blocks away from the Murray Hill train station, serviced by the Port Washington line of the LIRR. The Main Street Subway Station is also ten blocks away, the last stop in Queens for the 7 train. Fuzhou Development will be responsible for the project.
Permits have been filed for a seven-story mixed-use building at 144-74 Northern Boulevard, in Flushing, Queens. Seven blocks away is the Murray Hill Train Station, serviced by the Port Washington line on the Long Island Railroad. Thirteen blocks away is the Main Street Subway Station, end of the line in Queens for 7 trains, an anchor point for the commercial area. Sky View Northern Companies will be responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed for a four-story mixed-use building at 147-12 Roosevelt Avenue, in Murray Hill, Queens. The site is a block and a half away from the Murray Hill train station, serviced by the Long Island Rail Road’s Port Washington line. The Main Street Subway Station is another eight blocks away, which includes the last stop for the 7 train. Restaurants and retail storefronts are plentiful around both transit nodes. Ling Feng International will be responsible for the development.
Among the few vacant lots remaining in Murray Hill, 685 First Avenue, between East 39th and 40th Streets, was one of the largest before permits were filed back in August of 2015. In May of 2016, the first renderings for the building were released, and by January of this year, construction was several floors above street level. Now, the latest photos from 5B Films show that work has topped-out, and the facade is closing in on the upper levels, as the 42-story tower approaches completion.
Permits have been filed for a new 20-story hotel in Murray Hill, Manhattan. The site, at 347 Lexington Avenue on the corner of East 40th Street, is just a few blocks away from Grand Central Terminal, serviced by the 4, 5, 6, 7, shuttle to Times Square, and the Metro-North railroad trains.