Jan. 9, 2020 By Kristen Torres
Plans have been filed for a 21-story office building to go up by the Queensboro Bridge
The proposed building would replace two industrial and manufacturing structures located at 42-11 Queens Plaza South. Plans for the new construction were filed with the city’s Department of Buildings on Jan. 7.
The new development would be 370 feet tall, consisting of 321,308 square feet. Retail and light manufacturing space is expected take up the first three stories, while floors four through 21 would be for office use.
The building has long been home to Titan Machine Corp., a company that repairs and services elevators.
The plans include an enclosed parking lot with 67 parking spaces, according to city records.
Plans for the structure also reveal two separate terraces to be built on the third and tenth floors.
Ninth Street Management, LLC bought the building in August 2017 for nearly $3 million.
However, RXR Realty, the large real estate development and management company, is listed as the owner on the Building permit.
RXR owns the Standard Motor Products Building at 37-18 Northern Blvd.