Saturday, January 4, 2014

BSA approves 2 Little Neck projects

From Bayside Patch:

The city’s Board of Standards and Appeals has granted permits for two long-vacant sites in Little Neck, Community Board 11’s district manager said.

Permits have been approved for a watch manufacturer to move its headquarters into the former Leviton site along Little Neck Parkway and for a complex to be constructed at the former Scobee Diner site.

Susan Seinfeld, CB 11’s district manager, said that E. Gluck Corp., a watch manufacturer based in Long Island City, has been given the go-ahead to begin work at the Little Neck Parkway locale that previously housed Leviton, which manufactured electrical wiring devices and motion sensors.

A permit has also been granted for the former Scobee Diner on Northern Boulevard, where a complex is planned that will house a bank on its first floor and a dentist’s office on the second floor.

The popular diner closed for business in November 2010.


Anonymous said...

Both look like good moves for the community.

Anonymous said...

Another useless bank in place of the Scobee now that TOTALLY SUCKS.
More corporate cookie cutter shit spreading east !!

Anonymous said...

Not sure how anyone thinks this a good move for the community looks like a factory in the middle of a residential area. Plus 400 people means about 400 extra cars or more. That area doesn't support that many cars which will lead to over expansion, possibly a tier parking lot.