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Support Wide For Landmarking Of Pepsi-Cola Sign In Long Island City

A New York City icon is back on track to become a permanent fixture. On Thursday, the Landmarks Preservation Commission began the process of clearing its 95-item backlog and the day’s session included the items from Queens, the city’s largest borough by area. Among those items was the Pepsi-Cola sign. Almost nobody testified against designating it a landmark.

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Foundation Complete For 16-Story, 166-Unit Mixed-Use Building At 41-21 28th Street, Long Island City

Early last summer, excavation kicked off at 41-21 28th Street, in Long Island City, where a 16-story, 166-unit mixed-use building is planned; YIMBY revealed renderings shortly afterwards. Today, foundation work is complete, and the structure is now rising above street level, according to The Court Square Blog. The building will include a small 675 square-foot retail space on the ground floor, and units will average 763 square feet. All Year Management is developing, Karl Fischer is designing, and completion is scheduled for late 2016.


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Flushing Commons’ 11 Story Office Building Rising At 38-18 Union Street, Flushing

Towards the end of August, the New York Times provided an update on Flushing Commons, a 1.8-million square-foot mixed-use development underway in downtown Flushing, and now Commercial Observer has the latest news on the project. The first phase includes an 11-story, 164,000 square-foot office building at 38-18 Union Street, and steel is now at the third floor above street level, with the structure expected to be complete by November 2016. F&T Group, The Rockefeller Group and AECOM Capital are developing, and Perkins Eastman is designing.


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