14-story hotel and residential mixed-use building planned for Flushing

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Photo courtesy of Scott Bintner/PropertyShark 

Permits were filed to build a new 14-story residential, community and commercial mixed-use building in Flushing on Thursday.

The site, which is located at 134-03 35th Ave., is owned by brothers Christopher and George Xu, according to published reports. The brothers initially asked for a residential zoning change for the property in 2010, New York YIMBY reported, and are now looking to develop on the land. Flushing-based My Architect, led by Jon K. Yung, is designing the building. 

The new development will be a 206,968-square-foot building, roughly half of which will be for residential use. There will be 134 apartments in the structure, along with a 210-room hotel, according to YIMBY.

The entire development will have 223 parking spaces in an underground facility, and an additional 18,000-square-foot space for a community facility.


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