New project with conjoined towers for North Corona, Queens
Developers are currently working in two conjoined buildings. These towers will have four stories each and will be classified as mixed-use: commercial and residential. Said buildings will be addressed at 102-9 and 102-11 37th Avenue, in North Corona, Queens. The corresponding permits have been filed. These buildings will be closely located to the 103rd Street-Corona Plaza Subway station, meaning this new project will have easy access to Manhattan.
According to public records, Versatile Engineering, owned by Roman Sorokko is the applicant. Each structure will be 48-feet tall and will span 13,384 square feet combined. The square footage will be divided: 8,700 sf will be used for residential units and 1,240 sf for commercial use. Fourteen new units will be created and they will average 621 sf each. The design will be in charge of Focal Point Design and Construction. [NY Yimby]