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Permits Filed for 7-Story Residential Building in Woodside

40-22 61st St. (Google Maps)

June 10, 2020 By Michael Dorgan

Building permits have been filed for a seven-story residential building on 61st Street in Woodside.

The plans call for a 68-foot-tall structure on a site at 40-22 61st Street, according to documents filed by the Department of Buildings on June 8.

The building will include 78 residential units. There will be 13 units on the first floor; 14 units on each floor from 2 through 4; eight units each on floors 5 and 6, and seven units on the seventh floor.

The 104,691 square foot building will have a gym, and an outdoor recreation room on the first floor. A 30-foot-long rear yard is also planned.

The development will include 72 enclosed parking spaces and 39 bicycle spots.

A construction timeline is not known.

Demolition permits for a two-story house and a one-story garage on the site were filed in June 2019.

Henry Zhao (under the 4061 Street, LLC) is listed as the owner behind the application while My Architect PC is listed as the architect.

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