Frank Russo, on June 5, filed a permit application for construction of a 54-unit, 56,539-square-foot mixed-use building at 44-36 Douglaston Parkway in Douglaston.
The plans call for the construction of a 67-foot tall, six-story, mixed-use building.
The project is described in the filings as: new six-story building with cellar and sub-cellar; 54-unit, mixed-use building as per ‘quality housing’ provisions, Class ‘A’ multiple dwelling.
Plans state the development will have 21 accessory commercial off-street parking spaces. The building will have commercial space in the cellar and on the ground floor. The second floor will have 11 affordable residencies for seniors as well as 634 square feet of recreation space and 2,426 square feet of private terraces. The third floor will have eight units, and three affordable residencies for seniors. The fourth floor will have 11 units and 634 square feet of recreation space. The fifth floor will have 11 units and the sixth floor will have 10 units as well as just under 700 square feet of private terraces and 918 square feet of public terraces.
Quatela Architects is listed on the application.
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