Forest Hills Patch:
A number of stores located on the corner of Queens Blvd and 65th Road are about to face the wrecking ball to make way for a eight-story mixed use building.
Bahar Corp., the developer, filed documents with the Department of Buildings on Nov. 30 seeking to install a side walk shed in preparation of bulldozing the structure. The company filed for a demolition permit in October.
The new building will carry a 98-02 Queens Blvd. address. It will include 59 apartments, ranging from one-bedroom to three-bedroom, with balconies, 7,000-square feet of medical office space as well as retail on the street level and a parking garage for 59 cars.
Friday, December 9, 2016
Rego Park storefronts to be demolished for large apartment building
Posted by Queens Crapper at 6:49 AM
Labels: demolition, Rego Park, small business, steven bahar
I feel for the ppl in the immediate vacinity. Frank Behar is a slimeball. See his bldg on 72nd road. Tons of broken promises
And the city's DOB continues it's 10 pounds of shit in a 5 pound bag method of granting building permits.
So that's why Masbia had to move from their prime location.
JQ LLC, at this level, it's like 20 pounds in a 2 pound bag. I doubt the sewers and the roads can handle it. Many people in the US can never fathom how we live packed like sardines--they'd rather die.
The subway is already like a string of sardine cans.
Glad I can use the LIRR. Do not want to have to rub my body with Vaseline in order to be able to squeeze into an "E" train.
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