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This building at 52-22 Roosevelt Ave. will be turned into a five-story, mixed-use building.

A three-story building in Woodside that features Mexican restaurant La Adelita will be turned into a five-story, mixed-use building featuring medical offices.

A permit was filed on Jan. 28 by Z Architecture on behalf of Ovidiu Mihu at Roosevelt Avenue Woodside, LLC. The building at 52-22 Roosevelt Ave. would span 25,065 square feet.

 

The ground floor retail space would be 3,062 square feet, and 4,538 square feet of medical office space would take up the second floor.

The third through fifth floors will house 10 apartments for a total of 10,600 square feet. It is not clear if the Mexican restaurant La Adelita, housed on the ground floor, will be permitted to stay once the changes are made.

An employee for the restaurant said he was not aware of the permits.

QNS reached out to Roosevelt Avenue Woodside LLC for further clarification.

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