Back in March, we saw that construction just starting on the fifth floor of 28-07 Jackson Avenue.1 When we stopped by last week, we saw that construction has reached 10 floors now, as seen in the photo below. Permits were approved on Oct. 21, calling for 1,450,331 square feet of commercial space with a FAR of 11.98.
Here is more from New York YIMBY, who was the first to spot permits back in June.2
It will consist of two towers, named One and Three Gotham Center. There will also be 250 parking spots, spread between the first two floors and a mezzanine level sandwiched in between them. Parking isn’t required in Long Island City, but zoning rules for the area around Queens Plaza cap the maximum amount of non-residential parking at 250 spaces.
The last time we checked in at 41-21 23rd Street, rebar was just starting to sprout from the ground.1 When we stopped by last week, we saw that a sidewalk shed is up and construction is now rising above the plywood fence at the future home of a nine-story mixed-use building.
According to permits, there will be 23,182 square feet of residential space and 1,493 of commercial space at a FAR of 4.99.2 Delivery is expected in winter of this year.
Pipe scaffolding is up at 41-03 21st Street, the future home of a nine-story hotel. Construction on the building has topped out, though there is a partial stop work order on site right now that only allows site safety work only.
According to DOB permits approved back in 2013, there will be 115 units with a total of 34,440 square feet and an FAR of 4.50.1
We last checked in on 28-27 Thomson Avenue (a/k/a 44-46 Purves Street) back in January when construction had just topped the plywood fence.1 When we stopped by last week, we saw that construction has only moved along incrementally since then, with the project only starting on the third floor, as seen in the photo below.
Permits were approved back in 2015, and the application was approved on Oct. 3, calling for a purely residential build with 49 units, 11 stories, and 36,487 square feet of residential space with a FAR of 8.00.2