THE COURIER/Photos by Liam La Guerre

Plans for a new six-story mixed-use residential and commercial building in Astoria were filed with the Department of Buildings on Thursday.

There will be 28 apartments in the building and 17 enclosed parking spaces on the lot at 26-05 28th St., which is currently vacant land, according to the filings.

The building, designed by Karl Fischer Architect, will have 20,578 square feet of residential space and an additional 4,355 square feet of space for commercial use.

The block is filled with residential apartments, and just a few properties down on 26-25 28th St., another residential apartment building with nearly 30 units looks to be nearing completion. However, it was recently hit with a partial stop work order.

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