Jan. 5, 2017 Staff Report
A one-story building on Queens Boulevard was demolished last month, making room for a new eight-story apartment building.
A sidewalk shed permit was filed last month at 50-11 Queens Boulevard so the building formerly occupied by N.E.M. Electronics could be demolished.
Owner Ronald Ji said he plans to build an eight-story, 60-unit residential building on the 12,000 square foot lot, and expects it to be completed in about two years.
He originally filed plans in 2015 to build a seven-story building with four floors of hotel rooms and three floors of residential apartments, but the plan was rejected by the Department of Buildings.