A new seven-story hotel is on its way up in Long Island City, in a vacant lot at 44-29 9th Street, where Vernon Avenue and 44th Road intersect. Described as a “transient hotel,” the building’s girders are already visible, LiQcity reported. This news comes on the heels of a massive construction effort in the neighborhood, with a residential building at 10-17 Jackson Avenue getting some finishing details added on and the Linea building on 44th Drive between 21st and 23rd streets receiving a brick interior.
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