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THE COURIER/Photo by Liam La Guerre
THE COURIER/Photo by Liam La Guerre

It’s the end of the road for the Flushing Mall, but the fate of the massive site it sits on is still up in the air.

Developer F&T Group, which is working on the huge Flushing Commons project and constructed One Fulton Square, filed plans Thursday to construct what is being called Two Fulton Square on the site at 133-15 39th Ave. in downtown Flushing.

The development will include a 13-story mixed-use residential building with 192 units, according to the filings. Margulies Hoelzli Architecture will design the building, which will have retail stores in the basement level. A parking facility with about 377 spaces was also recently filed for the site.

The project is much smaller than a September filing on the site for a 16-story mixed-use commercial, residential project that would have housed nearly 400 apartments in 368,868 square feet of residential space and 520 enclosed parking spaces. Those plans were not approved by the Buildings Department.

The developer has been tight-lipped about the plans for the project, and has not returned The Courier’s requests for comments and more information. The change in filing could be a downsizing of the project or possibly just part of the development structure.

But one thing is certain — the current mall is about to come down. Last month the developer filed permits to demolish the old Flushing Mall, and scaffolding has been recently set up around the site.

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