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 property located at 1226 Decatur Street, in Bushwick, Brooklyn. The location is situated one block west of the Wilson Avenue subway station, which offers service on the L line. Edo Furman will be responsible for the development.
Permits have been filed for a property located at 269 Port Richmond Avenue, in the Elm Park neighborhood of Staten Island. The site is located within a developed commercial strip, and is fairly urban by the borough’s standards, located about a two mile drive from the St. George Ferry Terminal.
Of all the developments currently under construction in New York City, none have been in the making for longer than Essex Crossing, which is rising on the site of several long-vacant lots on the Lower East Side. With the master-plan’s first new buildings just about fully complete, YIMBY sat down with Charles Bendit of Taconic, and asked the co-CEO ten questions about the New York City real estate market.
Updated plans have been released for a mixed-use project coming to 8-29 Astoria Boulevard, in Western Astoria, which YIMBY previously reported on in May of 2016. Plans call for the new structure to to rise a total of 58 feet, divided between six stories.