Permits Filed for Residential Skyscrapers In Long Island City

15 March, 2019

Permits have been filed for two residential towers in Hunters Point South, one of which will be the tallest skyscraper on the Queens waterfront. Bohler is providing civil engineering and permitting services.

According to New York YIMBY, “57-28 2nd Street will yield about 335,000 square feet of space with 452 units spread over 33 stories, rising 360 feet tall. About 6,000 square feet will go towards communal facilities. The mixed-use building will be made out of a reinforced concrete structure and rise up from the 28,700-square foot lot.

1-15 57th Avenue will come with nearly 700,000 square feet of newly built space, climbing 57 stories, and reaching 612 feet into the sky. Within, there will be 692 dwellings. The mixed-use skyscraper will have about 643,400 square feet dedicated towards residential units, nearly 9,000 square feet of commercial space, and around 19,400 square feet for communal facilities.”

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