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211-35 23rd Ave.

A trio of new two-family townhouses, each measuring four stories tall, could soon rise out of the ground near a Bayside apartment complex.

Forest Hills-based developer Cord Meyer has filed plans to build three residential buildings at 211-35 23rd Ave. in the Bay Terrace neighborhood of Bayside. Department of Buildings (DOB) filings indicate each structure will be between 3,962 square feet and 4,778 square feet. Two parking spaces will be built in the basement of each unit.

Official addresses for the new residential structures will be 18-62, 18-64 and 18-66 Bay Lane and each building will be four-stories, according to the filings.

Morali Architects, based in Manhattan, is the architecture firm of record.

The townhouses will be situated next to the Bell Apartments, a five-building, 310-unit cooperative complex, and across the street from P.S. 169 and BELL Academy. The location is also nearby the Bay Terrace Shopping Center, which Cord Meyer also owns.

QNS reached out to Cord Meyer for comment and is awaiting a response.

New York YIMBY first reported the story.


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