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Rendering via New York YIMBY
A rendering of the development set to rise at 144-74 Northern Blvd. in Flushing.

Another new apartment building is in the works in Flushing, and residents won’t have to wander far to get groceries.

Department of Buildings (DOB) records show that a mixed-use, seven-story building is set to rise at 144-74 Northern Blvd., and it will include 100 apartments and four retail stores. According to a report from New York YIMBY, the largest of the retail spaces will be filled by H Mart — a Korean supermarket chain — and another space will be filled by Burger King.

A Burger King had been demolished to make way for the new building.

The new development will include an underground parking garage with 139 spaces and an additional parking lot with 33 spaces, DOB records show. The basement will have a storage room for 30 bicycles along with retail storage rooms and building utilities.

Alongside the retail stores on the first floor, there will also be a lobby for a community facility, a residential lobby, mail room and package room. In addition, the second floor will include space for the community facility as well as an indoor/outdoor tenant recreation space, records show.

The rest of the building is filled with apartments as records show the third through sixth floors will each have 21 units and the seventh floor will have 16 units. On the roof, there will be approximately 9,000 square feet for a tenant recreation area as well.

The building’s structure, seen in a rendering obtained by New York YIMBY, will feature a light-colored brick exterior with plenty of large windows and glass facades on the ground-floor commercial space. The architect for the project, Ismael Leyva Architects, has designed dozens of high-end buildings throughout the city.

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