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Rendering Released for Two 7-Story Residential Buildings on 30th Street in Dutch Kills

Rendering of 37-24 30th Street and 37-28 30th Street (Image provided by COSTA Architecture and Engineering)

Sep. 10, 2020 By Michael Dorgan 

Plans have been filed for two seven-story residential buildings in Long Island City and the architect has just released the renderings.

The plans released by the COSTA Architecture and Engineering call for two 60-foot tall buildings at 37-24 30th Street and 37-28 30th Street.

Building permits for the structures were filed with the Department of Buildings on June 25 and will include 32 and 33 units respectively.

The 32-unit building will include six units on floors two through six and two units on floor seven. The 33-unit structure will include six units on floors two through six but three units on floor seven.

Both buildings will have a rooftop and BBQ area as well as recreational rooms. There will be 33 car spaces and 33 bicycle spaces below ground.

Robert Cerrone (under Park Construction Corp.) is listed as the owner behind both applications while COSTA Architecture and Engineering are listed as the architects.

The development is expected to be completed in the fall of 2021.

Construction at the site in Nov. 2019 (Google Maps)

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