It’s been months since we checked in on Heatherwood Communities’ high-rise residential project at 42-12 28th Street in Long Island City. As of July, it had reached 10 stories. Now, thanks to somewhat dramatic photos taken by our friend Tectonic, we can see that the 58-story building must be close to its final height.
D&F Development Group is working on four residential buildings in a far-flung piece of South Jamaica, Queens, and now they’ve filed plans for the fifth piece of their project at 126-30 Locust Manor Lane.
Queens-based Hamiltron Enterprises has filed applications for a two-story, 10,822 square-foot mixed-use building with commercial and community facility space at 110-38 Springfield Boulevard, in Queens Village, located in eastern Queens. There will be 4,980 square feet of ground-floor retail space and three separate community facility spaces, together totaling 5,842 square feet, on part of the ground floor and the entire second floor. Queens-based RLD3 Engineering is the applicant of record. Permits were filed in January to demolish the existing auto-body shop.
Ming Hai Wang has filed applications for two three-story, two-family residential buildings at 43-12 – 43-14 212th Street, in central Bayside, located four blocks from the neighborhood’s Long Island Rail Road station. Each new building will measure 3,519 square feet in total, with one unit located on the ground floor and the other occupying part of the second floor and the entire third floor. The second floors in each structure will have 192 square-foot outdoor terraces that will be accessible to both units. Flushing-based John Chen is the architect of record. Demolition permits were filed last year to raze the site’s two-and-a-half-story house.
Xiao Hua Zhou has filed applications for a four-story, seven-unit residential building at 112-42 38th Avenue, in North Corona, located three blocks from the 111th Street stop on the 7 train. The structure will measure a total 5,500 square feet and units will average a rental-sized 785 square feet apiece. Each floor will contain two units except the top floor, where there will only be one unit. Flushing-based John Chen is the architect of record. Demolition permits were filed in June of 2015 to remove the existing single-story house from the 25-foot-wide lot.