A rendering has appeared and construction is underway at 43-10 23rd Street, which is in the midst of converting from a warehouse to an office building. Prior tenants of the building included furniture makers, art restorers and antique sellers, most of whom have left the building.1 The rebuilding is likely to cater more toward tech, advertising and media companies.
As you can see in the photo below, scaffolding is up as construction crews have started to work on the facade. Construction is set to complete in spring, 2020.
The Real Deal wrote about the conversion back in 2017:2
Normandy Real Estate Partners picked up a stake in a Long Island City warehouse it is planning to reposition and expand into a 195,000-square-foot office building, the firm told The Real Deal. The New Jersey-based investment firm closed earlier this week on the $54 million purchase of a stake in the six-story, 130,000-square-foot industrial property at 43-10 23rd Street. Normandy will now redevelop it with the owner, Leon Kassabian’s Kassabian Realty, into a Class A, loft-style creative office property.