Monday, September 19, 2016
St. Albans getting a shelter, too?
From NY YIMBY:
Roslyn, N.Y.-based Bama Associates has filed applications for a two-story, 74-bed co-ed community residential facility at 118-36 Merrick Boulevard, located on the corner of 119th Avenue in St. Albans, Queens. The new building will measure 9,596 square feet. It’s unknown what exactly the facility will be used for, but indications are that it will be some form of shelter, temporary housing, or recovery program.
Funny how just a few years ago, there was an alleged Queens hotel boom but now it's a shelter boom thanks to the poverty pimps at city hall. Who knew that there was so much money to be made off poor people?