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Permits Filed for 8-Story Mixed-Use Building in Kew Gardens

132-47 Metropolitan Avenue (Google Maps)

July 10, 2020 By Michael Dorgan

Building permits have been filed for an eight-story mixed-use building on Metropolitan Avenue in Kew Gardens.

The plans call for a 75-foot-tall structure on a site at 132-47 Metropolitan Ave., according to documents filed with the Dept. of Buildings on July 7.

The building will contain 21 apartments, with the units on floors 3 through 8. The third floor will also contain an indoor recreation room and an outdoor recreation area.

The second floor will be be dedicated to an ambulatory and diagnostic facility.

The plans also call for 11 enclosed car parking spaces and 11 bicycle spaces on the first floor as well as mechanical rooms and a compactor room.

Demolition permits were filed in May. A construction time line is not known.

Leonid Bogomolniy (under the 132-47 Metro LLC) is listed as the owner behind the application while Kindo Holding LLC is listed as the architect.

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Skewered Gardens

Yeah, that definitely won’t look out of place or offset the neighborhood in any way… Huge thanks to our beloved politicians who know what is best for us. This is horrendous.

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