New modern, low-rise building being developed in Flushing
Tan Architects is in charge of designing a new building in Flushing and the renderings have been released. The structure is addressed at 76-28 Parsons Boulevard in the neighborhood of Flushing, Queens. As far as the renderings go, we can observe sixteen balconies and a rooftop terrace. The materials of the façade have a very neutral color palette: brown, black grey and limestone.
The building will be 28 feet tall and will span over 33k square feet. Developers (Kenny Liu) will use almost 30k of the square footage to build 33 units (9 on the first floor and 12 on the second and third floors). The apartments will average 909 square feet each, which may be an indicator of condos.
The rest of the space will be taken over by a community facility. A medical area will be installed on the basement and first floor.
When it comes to location, there is a mile and a half from the nearest subway station, also at Parsons Boulevard and serviced by the E and F trains. [NY Yimby]