The Department of Buildings authorized about 4,900 units in 448 buildings in Queens last year, a 64 percent jump from 2013 when the department approved 3,161 units, according to a New York Building Congress analysis released Thursday. An average of 11 units per building will be constructed in the approved projects.
Monday, March 30, 2015
Here comes the boom!
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:24 AM
So total units are still down more than a third from the peak 2005-2008 period. 2-4 unit building are still down more than 80% thanks to contextual rezonings/downzonings. Some boom.
Too bad that Queens Civic Congress isn't as powerful as the Builders' Congress.
Time for the shit to go up!! Queens sucks now!!
Were they authorized by all those crooked inspectors that got arrested? All those authorizations should be invalid.
This city has turned to sh*t.
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