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A new mixed-use building is slated for Long Island City.

A 28-story, mixed-use building is slated to go up in Long Island City after developers filed a permit with the Department of Buildings on Dec. 4.

The building will be located at 29-00 Northern Blvd., which used to be a two-story office building. According to the permit, the site would contain 55,589 square feet of residential space and 10,117 square feet of commercial space.

Commercial space will be situated on the ground, first and second floors with mezzanines built on the second and third floors, YIMBY first reported. The fourth floor will include recreational space, and tenants will have 41 spaces to park their bicycles.

The building is located near the Queens Plaza E/M/R station in an area that has seen rapid development.

Flushing-based Li Architect Associate will handle the design, and it is not clear when construction is slated to be complete.

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