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This seven-story condominium will rise in Long Island City.

A two-building condominium complex with retail space and underground parking is in the process of being constructed in Long Island City.

Located at 37-21 32nd St., Shangri-La Astoria Inc. is developing the 105,394-square-foot, seven-story complex. According to city documents, the structure would have 15,887 square feet of commercial space on the first floor and 60,961 square feet of residential space.

A total of 78 parking lots would be located at an underground two-story parking garage, according to city documents. The building is close to the Astoria border and is located in Dutch Kills, a neighborhood within Long Island City that was mostly industrial. The area has become more residential and has seen an influx of hotels built in the last few years after a rezoning in 2008.

Amenities include a fitness room, a yard connecting both buildings and outdoor terraces. The building is likely to attract more single occupants than families with 23 studios, 44 one-bedroom and 21 two-bedroom apartments slated for floors two through seven.

City Realty first reported the story.

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