Demolition complete at 23-20 Jackson Avenue

In July, we stopped by 23-20 Jackson Avenue and saw that demolition had started at the former home of Prime Time Transportation, an 83,000 square foot mixed-use office/retail space.1 A demolition permit was filed with the Department of Buildings back in March, and recently, construction crews knocked down the whole building, as seen in the […]
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Demolition begins at 23-20 Jackson Avenue

In June, we stopped by 23-20 Jackson Avenue and saw that a plywood fence was erected, a prelude to demolition beginning at the former home of Prime Time Transportation, an 83,000 square foot mixed-use office/retail space.1 A demolition permit was filed with the Department of Buildings back in March, and construction crews have started, as […]
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Plywood fence up at 23-20 Jackson Avenue

A plywood fence is now up at 23-20 Jackson Avenue, former home of Prime Time Transportation, an 83,000 square foot mixed-use office/retail space.1 A demolition permit was filed with the Department of Buildings back in March, and that will likely begin soon.2 Eventually, a nine-story mixed-use building will rise in its place. Here’s more from […]
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Construction permits filed for mixed-use build at 23-20 Jackson Avenue

We last checked in on 23-20 Jackson Avenue when signage had appeared on the site advertising available space for Jackson Square, an 83,000 square food mixed-use office/retail space dubbed Jackson Square NYC.1 Plans are now moving ahead, with new filings with the Department of Buildings last week calling for a mixed-use commercial building that will […]
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Signage appears for Jackson Square at 23-20 Jackson Avenue

Signage is up at 23-20 Jackson Avenue, advertising available space for Jackson Square, an 83,000 square food mixed-use office/retail space.1 Real Estate Weekly (and brought to you here via our friends at LIC Talk) was the first to spot this story earlier in the week.23 The signage advertises a website, JacksonSquare.nyc, which has this to say about the space: […]
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