Permits for a new development based in Flushing have been filed
Back in October, renderings of a new development located in Flushing were released. The building would be located at 136-78 41st Avenue, and the corresponding permits have just been filed. The tower will have eight stories and will be just three blocks away from the Main Street Station. The responsible is Hui Chen, a developer. The permits show the building will be much smaller than what the renderings first showed. Furthermore, the original plans included a Church in the building premises. Now, St. Michael’s Catholic Church is nowhere to be seen.
Nevertheless, the tower will be 75-foot tall and will span over 37k square feet. The building will be mixed-use, with plenty of space for residential units, a medical facility and parking for 24 cars. As far as the units go, the building will feature 41 condominiums that will span 737 square feet each, in average. There will be a recreational space on the rooftop that will be accessible to all tenants. The design is on the hands of Raymond Chan Architects, but a completion date has not been announced yet. [NY Yimby]