New Project: Mixed-Use Building in Queens

November 28, 2020
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Source: New York YIMBY

Permits have been filed for a new mixed-use building in Queens.

Where is this taking place?

Elmhurst neighborhood, Queens, New York City

Who is involved?

Developer: David Lin

Designer: Li Architect Associate, PLLC

When is this happening?

An estimated completion date has not been announced yet.

Why is it important?

The project will provide a mix of residential and commercial space to the growing neighborhood.

Key aspects?

Located close to a subway station

Celler

52-foot-long rear yard

Project specs?

Three-stories tall

4,249 square-feet of residential space

1,382 square-feet of commercial space

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