NEW YORK | 45-03 23rd Street | 544 FT | 50 FLOORS

LIC continues its rise. An assemblage that includes 23-10 45th Avenue will sprout a new highrise.

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Continuing the discussion from NEW YORK | LIC Queens Rezoning - Queens Plaza Subdistrict:

http://therealdeal.com/blog/2015/01/20/court-square-site-with-167k-buildable-sf-hits-market-for-42m/

The seven parcels – which each contain two- or three-story multi-family townhouses – collectively span 11,145 square feet. Across the street from the Citi Building in Queens, the properties are located at 23-10 45th Avenue, 45-03 23rd Street; 45-05 23rd Street; 45-07 23rd Street; 45-09 23rd Street; 23-14 45th Avenue; and 23-16 45th Avenue. The assemblage’s combined frontage on both 45th Avenue and 23rd Street is 155 feet.

A consortium of six private landlords owns the buildings. The owners, respectively, are Bert Kupferman, Juena Akhter, Esther Guadiello, Mary Pura Rera (for both 45-07 23rd Street and 45-09 23rd Street), Constance Gil and Gerda Milin.

Modern Spaces and the Corcoran Group jointly assembled the land for the sale and are marketing it as a mixed-use development site to a single owner.

A Modern Spaces team led by Evan Daniel and David Grossmann are marketing all of the parcels but two. A Corcoran team led by Andrew Mapp and Patrick Brennan are marketing 23-14 45th Avenue and 23-16 45th Avenue.

The buildings could be redeveloped to house retail at the base, office above it and a residential component on top, Daniel said.

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Merged.

silly click bait title,

I’m sure there are shacks and garages equally as old around the city, so what

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Sam Charney ’s Charney Construction & Development is rebranding and launching in-house brokerage teams for residential and commercial leasing, along with a property management division.

Charney is also developing a 48-story residential condominium building at 45-03 23rd Street with Tavros Capital in Long Island City.

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Strong resemblance to the Dime BK

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Love it. Hopefully it rises. This is exactly what LIC needs to provide some contrast to the sea of blue and green glass.

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I like it too. I also thought of the Dime BK. Makes sense- both are Fogarty-Finger designed.

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Agreed. It’s a nice contrast.

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Surprisingly elegant design. The curved corners, the fenestration, the subtle crown. Very nice.

edit: ah, no wonder. Fogarty Finger did the Dime in Williamsburg. Another elegant tower. Seems like they’ve hit a rich vein for design inspiration.

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Gorgeous design, that’s how you make a box interesting.

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From the 7 train platforms, demolition appears complete.

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From Saturday. Looks like we were thinking the same thing seeing the big empty lot. This block came down quick.

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What! They’ve already demolished the old town houses? That was so fast lol

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From today:

They are working now on taking down the buildings on 45th Ave.

The corner holdout is on the left.

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Welp that was quick.

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