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Wrecking ball to come out, make way for Queens Plaza development

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Feb. 9, 2015 Staff Report

Construction of another large Queens Plaza apartment building is in the works.

Crescent & 27, the company listed as the owner of 42-22 27th Street, has filed permits to construct a 15-story, 99 dwelling unit building across the street from Heatherwood’s 27th on 27th development.

The corner lot is just one block from Queens Plaza South.

A 2-story brick building currently occupies the site.

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LIC_Dude

Why would anyone want to save the facade of this particular building? It’s scary looking and depressing.

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Licfan

Condo or rental? 99 units is not that big for the area and that is about the average for a large condo.

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r185

I understand that a two story building is no longer economically feasible, but can developers start using just a little creativity and incorporate the facades of the old buildings into the design?!

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