Tishman Speyer nearly done with demolition on Long Island City project

28-18 Jackson Avenue, which is part of Tishman Speyer’s plan to bring approximately 1,600 residental apartments to Long Island City,1 has been completely demolished.2┬áThat’s not the only building to fall, as construction crews are mostly done laying waste to several former factories on the lot. Here are more details of the project from Crane’s New […]
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Checking in on Tishman Speyer’s Long Island City project

28-18 Jackson Avenue, which is part of Tishman Speyer’s plan to bring approximately 1,600 residental apartments to Long Island City,1 is completely covered in pipe scaffolding now.2┬áConstruction crews put the pipe scaffolding up with in the last two weeks, and a permit filed on September 11 calls for the full mechanical demolition of the building.3 […]
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Scaffolding up at 28-18 Jackson Avenue

In the last week of August, we saw construction crews putting up scaffolding at 28-18 Jackson Avenue. Work was being done in accordance with a DOB Permit that was approved on August 22, 2014.1 There are two other permits in the DOB bin for this site, both of which deal with demolition.2 Still, the permits […]
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