Wednesday, September 5, 2018

New hotel planned for Flushing

From Queens Beans:

A new mixed-use, 19-story tower will be occupying the site addressed at 133-25 37th Avenue in Flushing, Queens, soon. The corresponding permits have already been filed and the responsible for the project is Yihai Property, a company based in China. The design will be handled by Raymond Chan Architects. The site is very close to the Flushing Main Street subway station, where the 7 train line ends. There is also a large commercial center in the area.

Once completed, the building will span over 300k square feet, dedicating a third to the residential area. Another third will be used to install a commercial space. Developers will also include a medical facility, parking for bikes and -maybe- a garage with room for 198 vehicles.

A hotel will function in the building and developers will create two separate lobbies: one for hotel guests and one for residents. The hotel will have 360 keys and there will be 146 apartments.


Anonymous said...

>and -maybe- a garage

MAYBE? WTF? There's not nearly enough parking in that area already, and this is being built on top of a parking lot - MAYBE isn't good enough. There's no room on the street for those residents to park, and not all of them are going to be content with the 7 train.

JQ LLC said...

This will be a homeless shelter with affordable housing. A mixed use apartment building flophouse.

Anonymous said...

Just what Flushing and all of Queens needs -- another Homeless Shelter. Why don't they just call it what it is. Never had this many hotels in Queens before. Most visitors stay and vacation at Manhattan hotels.

Anonymous said...

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Anonymous said...

Flushing is done !