Permits have been filed for a four-story apartment building at 10-32 47th Avenue in Long Island City, Queens. Located between Vernon Boulevard and 11th Street, the interior lot is one block west of the 21 Street-Van Alst subway station, serviced by the G train. Ciro Lupo of CECNY is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Permits for a new, nine-story, mixed-use building at 45-57 Davis Street in Long Island City first appeared in February 2018. Today, new renderings from architects J Frankl / C Mallea Associates, offer a first glimpse of the rising property. When fully complete, the structure will comprise 145,000 square feet of both residential and ground floor retail space.
Permits have been filed for a four-story apartment building at 25-61 37th Street in Astoria, Queens. Located between Astoria Boulevard and 28th Avenue, the interior lot is five blocks east of the Astoria Boulevard subway station, serviced by the N and W trains. George Sitaras, under the 25-61 37th Street Partners LLC, is listed as the owner behind the applications.
Leasing has officially launched for a new, two-towered development by The Durst Organization in Astoria, Queens. Located at 10 Halletts Point, the 22 and 19-story towers are just the first components of a sprawling, seven-building development that will eventually comprise 2.4 million square feet. It will include more than 2,100 apartments, affordable housing, a public waterfront esplanade, and retail area.
The story of Amazon’s selection of Long Island City for the company’s second headquarters stoked the hopes and dreams of many New Yorkers living within the Five Boroughs, with the company’s promise to bring up to 40,000 new jobs averaging $100,000 per year to Queens, by 2033. Unfortunately, due to the actions of a few elected Democrats, these hopes and dreams have now been squashed, as Amazon has now pulled out of Long Island City. Despite petitions and basic organizing advocating for the new HQ2, the combined Twitter presence of a rabid horde of regressive leftists led by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez generated sufficient outrage for cancellation.