New Project: Mixed-Use Project in Queens

November 25, 2020
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Photo Credit: Gerald Caliendo Architect

Photo Credit: Gerald Caliendo Architect

Source: New York YIMBY

The Department of City Planning in New York City’s Queens borough has signed off on proposals to construct a new mixed-use property.

Where is this happening?
Rego Park neighborhood, Queens, New York City

Who is involved?
Developers: 68-19 Rego Park LLC
Designers: Gerald Caliendo Architect

When is this happening?
Construction of the project will be completed in 2023.

Why is this important?
The new project would replace a series of low-rise commercial and residential properties with a mixture of affordable housing, retail space, and medical office space.

Key aspects?
Mix of studio, one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments
Some housing reserved for seniors
Cellar-level parking garage with space for up to 81 vehicles

Project Specs?
Eight-stories tall
120,000 square-feet of space
92 rental units

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