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Developer Files Plans For 7-Story Building on Queens Boulevard

39-29 Queens Blvd., the site planned for development. (Google Maps)

April 25, 2018 By Nathaly Pesantez

Permits filed recently with the Department of Buildings show a developer’s plans to construct a seven-story mixed use building on Queens Boulevard between Tangra and Dazies restaurants.

The permits, filed on April 18, call for the horizontal and vertical enlargement of the one-story building at 39-29 Queens Blvd. The site, which once saw a lounge sports bar, would rise 72 feet high and hold 23 apartments.

The one-story building currently spans 1,980 square feet, but would go up to 16,352 square feet after the proposed changes.

The building plans include a laundry room, a bicycle storage room, and just under 3,000 square feet of ground floor commercial space.

The cost to carry out the project is listed at $3.4 million.

The building is owned by Farid Adhami, who purchased the property for $3.9 million last month.

The owner declined to provide more information on the project when reached by phone.

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Front apartments should have superb views of the #7 elevated subway tracks. Will they charge extra for that?

Carbie Barbie

Is this going to be a glass fronted yuppie aquarium like the ones in L.I.C.?

Are they even yuppies down there? Who lives in those things?


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