LIC Development Group plans 90-key hotel in … guess where?

Building would replace a two-story garage at 38-24 32nd Street

TRD New York /
Jul.July 12, 2017 05:35 PM

Long Island City Development Group is planning to build a 90-key hotel in their company’s namesake neighborhood, according to plans filed Wednesday with the city’s Department of Buildings.

The 12-story building would replace a two-story garage at 38-24 32nd Street and feature amenities on the lower levels including a lobby, business center and bar. The first and third floors would include space for a healthcare facility, while the second floor would have parking for 33 cars. The hotel rooms would be on the fourth through 12th floors.

The building would include 34,581 square feet of commercial space and 8,154 square feet of community space.

Long Island City has seen a substantial amount of development in recent years. Projects planned for the neighborhood include the Durst Organization’s massive rental building on the Clock Tower site and Chris Jiashu Xu’s 79-story residential tower near Savanna and Waterbridge Capital’s One Court Square.


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