Thursday, October 16, 2014

What's it going to be?

What's it gonna be? A Queens jewel or Queens Crap? This construction site, 75-43 Parsons Boulevard is owned by Great Neck-based developer Mayflower Enterprise LLC. It posted two renderings on the construction wall. One shows a beautiful brick structure with a church bell tower on the corner. The yellowish rendering to the left, however shows a boring two-story commercial structure without any architectural flair. I wonder which one will we see by summer 2015.

Anonymous

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

This being Queens, I'm going with crap.

Anonymous said...

It's going to be called The Flushyn Baryks.

Anonymous said...

Hmmmm....Same Mayflower group who are building the hotel on 186 Street in Fresh Meadows???

I wonder....

Anonymous said...

Yes, the builder is the same as the people who are building hotels in Long Island City and in Fresh Meadows.

According to Document 6 for an Alteration 1 this is to be a day care center and house of worship.

http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/BScanJobDocumentServlet?requestid=5&passjobnumber=420166670&passdocnumber=01&allbin=4147804&scancode=SC430494664

Anonymous said...

Can the yellow rendering be the back of the building or the side? It seems to have the same windows and stores on the bottom. The bell tower could just be for the front of the building to make it look attractive.

Anonymous said...

Yes, the builder is the same as the people who are building hotels in Long Island City and in Fresh Meadows.

According to Document 6 for an Alteration 1 this is to be a day care center and house of worship.

http://a810-bisweb.nyc.gov/bisweb/BScanJobDocumentServlet?requestid=5&passjobnumber=420166670&passdocnumber=01&allbin=4147804&scancode=SC430494664

Joe Moretti said...

According to Document 6 for an Alteration 1 this is to be a day care center and house of worship.
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Because in Queens we can never had enough shit houses of worship and shit day care centers where you would not want to drop off your goldfish.