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Permits Filed for 4-Story Building on 5th Street in Long Island City

Dec. 14, 2020 By Michael Dorgan

Building permits have been filed for a 4-story mixed-use building on 5th Street in Hunters Point.

The plans filed with the Department of Buildings Nov. 30 call for a 65-foot-tall structure to go up 5-01 47th Rd. The site is on the corner of 5th Street and 47th Road and is adjacent to Kitchen Plus More and a block away from Foodcellar.

The building will contain nine apartments and will take up nearly 8,400 square feet. There will be two units on each floor from 1 through 4 with a penthouse on the upper floor.

There will be a commercial space located in the cellar. The plans do not include space for parking.

Demolition permits were filed in August.

Stephen Sloop, operating under Stephen Sloop Trust, is listed as the owner while Zproekt is listed as the architect.

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Surprised that the LIC woke socialists aren’t demanding that this building become a homeless shelter for ex-cons from the Midwest or a sustainable multi-story kale farm.


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