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Two new Related Companies’ towers coming to Far Rockaway

New reports have surfaced that state the Related Companies have plans of building two towers in Far Rockaway. Both buildings are going to be located on two lots on the corner of Mott Avenue and Gateway Boulevard. The Related Companies own a Section 8 development

Chung Lam plans to develop another mixed-use building in Jamaica

Chung Lam, a Queens-based developer, has plans for a one-story building that currently sits on Jamaica. According to reports, the idea is to build a residential building with eighty units and nine stories on the lot, addressed at 148-18 Hillside Avenue. The project would eventually

Far Rockaway church to be converted into mixed-use development

Another change is coming to Far Rockaway, Queens. A church will be taken down in order to make room for a mixed-use development. This new structure will have eight stories and the corresponding permits have already been filed. It will be only six blocks away

New Hui Chen mixed-use project coming to Queens

The site addressed at 136-78 41st Avenue was purchased last December by developer Hui Chen for $9.32 million. Even though the corresponding permits have not been filed yet, the first rendering of the project has already been released. The design was decided by Raymond Chan

Nine-story tower coming to downtown Jamaica

Right next to the famous King Manor Museum and the solemn Supreme Court of Queens County, a new development is being planned. According to reports, a new mixed-use building will be constructed there. It will have nine stories and be one of the most modern

Wharton Properties expanding from Manhattan to Jamaica, Queens

Jeff Sutton, famous for his marquee Manhattan projects, has decided to add a little variety to his portfolio. He has launched his next big project in Jamaica, Queens. His company, Wharton Properties has reportedly started to work with BRP Companies in order to develop and

12-story tower coming to Hunters Point

According to building records, a new application has been filed for a project that will be located in the Hunters Point neighborhood. The building will have twelve stories (120 feet) and will be addressed on 10-27 Jackson Avenue. Furthermore, everything shows it will be mixed-use.