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Façade Installation Imminent At Seven-Story Residential/Manufacturing Building At 25-11 38th Avenue, Dutch Kills

Façade Installation Imminent at Seven-Story Residential/Manufacturing Building at 25-11 38th Avenue, Dutch Kills

25-11 38th Avenue.

A seven-story concrete frame awaits façade installation at 25-11 38th Avenue, in northern Long Island City. Tamares Development’s 38,568-square-foot project contains a light manufacturing facility at ground level and 32 residential units above. RSVP Architecture Studio is responsible for the industrial-inspired, dark-paneled design. Foremost Contracting & Building, LLC serves as the general contractor.


The building footprint takes up the entirety of the 7,455-square-foot corner lot, which stretches 85 feet along 38th Avenue to the south and 100 feet along 27th Street to the east.

Architect drawings, presented within the Remedial Investigation Report prepared by Galli Engineering, P.C., show the structure rising 70 feet from the sidewalk to the roof, and 84 feet to the top of the elevator bulkhead. The building bulk recedes towards the rear with setbacks on the second, fourth and seventh floors, which serve as large private terraces. Some west- and south-facing units feature balconies.