The LIC Marriott and Residential Tower at 29-07 Queens Plaza North is effectively complete on the exterior, and the last glass panes have now been installed on its eastern facing facade. At 31 stories tall, it is now among the five tallest topped-out buildings in central Long Island City.
RKF has been tapped to market the retail space in the planned three-story, 39,620 square-foot commercial development at 220-10 Northern Boulevard, in southern Bayside, according to Real Estate Weekly. The building will be be exclusively retail, with each floor boasting between 11,000 and 12,000 square feet of leasable space. A basement level will contain roughly 4,900 square feet of space. The retail structure will sit on the corner of 223rd Street and a connected 220-car parking garage will extend eastward up the sloped lot. A Burger King restaurant will first have to be demolished.
Over the past month, 42-14 Crescent Street, a 48-unit residential building in the Queens Plaza district, has reached ground level and is ready to rise to its full 13-story height. The project is being developed by Meadow Partners and has been designed by John Fotiadis Architect PLLC.
40-47 22nd Street, a ten-story hotel in northern Long Island City, is nearing exterior completion. While the narrow, south elevation still awaits cladding, the green and black panels on the west façade are being revealed as protection film is peeled from the surface.
Property owner Tongyun Lu has filed applications for a four-story, eight-unit residential building at 57-50 Granger Street, in Corona, located two blocks north of the Long Island Expressway. The project will measure 7,966 square feet in total, and units will average a relatively spacious 996 square feet apiece. Dezhang Fang, based in Flushing, is the architect of record, and the existing two-story, multi-family structure was filed for demolition in November.