The application by Queens Development Corporation, a joint venture between the two companies, calls for two 12-story mixed-use developments at 126-43 and 126-55 39th Avenue in Willets Point.
With 881 affordable apartments in between, these buildings represent the bulk of the 1,100 such units promised by city officials. Announced in February 2018 Contract for the first phase of a broader redevelopment of the area. Plans for a third affordable building have not yet been submitted.
At the time, the de Blasio administration said construction on the homes would begin in 2020. June 2021 Did they announce the start of an environmental cleanup that paves the way for development?
The building, located at 126-43 39th Avenue, will consist of 534 affordable units spanning 521,000 square feet. Approximately 447,000 square feet will be residential and 74,000 square feet will be retail. The development includes parking for 186 cars.
The other building has 347 units and is 329,000 square feet (284,000 residential, 43,000 commercial). The development also includes 2,200 square feet of community facilities and 136 parking spaces.
City officials are lining up an affordable, affordable property in front of the profitable component of a larger redevelopment of Willets Point, an edgy industrial area with convenient access to the highway, Route 7 and the Long Island Rail Road. Although they insisted on building housing, there was also significant soil pollution.
The Bloomberg administration spearheaded the reforms some setbacksMany, but not all, of the garages that make up the so-called Iron Triangle have moved.
When the Queens Borough Commission Approves redevelopment of Willets Point Last year’s plan included 1,100 affordable residential units, 25,000 square feet of retail, 1 acre of public space, a 650-seat public elementary school, 3,000 square feet of community facilities, and approximately 300 parking spaces across three buildings. I needed it. Construction was set to begin in 2024 on a six-acre site adjacent to Citi Field, home of the New York Mets.
a 25,000-seat soccer stadium May be built on land leased by Relate and Sterling within 61 acres for Major League Soccer club NYCFC Special Willets Point DistrictWilpons and Saul Katz sold the Mets to investor Steve Cohen for $2.4 billion in 2020.
Elsewhere in Queens, Broadway 32nd Realty Corp submitted plans last week for a 15-story, 255,000-square-foot project. development maniac flushingIt includes 121 luxury residential units, commercial spaces, community facilities and approximately 200 off-street and indoor parking lots.
At the southern end of the borough, Ocean Way 3 has submitted plans for a 12-story, 476,000-square-foot mixed-use development at 141 Beach 67 Street, Arburn. Overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, the project will consist of 273 residential units of approximately 257,000 square feet, ground floor retail of approximately 219,000 square feet, and 175 parking spaces.