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Permits Filed for 12-Story Mixed-Use Building Near Queens Plaza

42-62 Hunter St. (Google Maps)

Dec. 14, 2020 By Michael Dorgan

Building permits have been filed for a 12-story mixed-use building in the Queens Plaza section of Long Island City.

The plans call for a 125-foot-tall structure at 42-62 Hunter St., according to documents filed with the Dept. of Buildings on Dec.10.

The building will contain 27 apartments and will take up more than 30,000 square feet. There will be three units on each floor from 2 through 9, with one unit on each of the upper floors.

The plans call for retail space on the first floor and in the cellar. There will also be 15 bicycle spaces and a compactor room in the cellar. The plans do not include space for parking.

Demolition permits were filed in August.

XI Zhao, operating as Hunter Square LLC, is listed as the owner while Michael Kang Architect P.C. is listed as the architect.

Hunter Square LLC purchased the lot in 2019 for around $3 million, according to the city records.

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