Developer plans 90-unit mixed-use building for Corona

Building from Ai Yun Chen would span about 174K sf at 37-10 114th Street

Mar.March 29, 2018 01:45 PM

Rendering of 37-20 114th Street in Corona (Credit: Angelo Ng & Anthony Ng Architects)

Developer Ai Yun Chen is planning to bring a mixed-use building to Corona that will feature 90 residential units and span just under 174,000 square feet.

The building would be located at 37-20 114th Street and be split between about 92,000 square feet of commercial space, 81,000 square feet of residential space and 600 square feet of community space. The project, designed by Angelo Ng and Anthony Ng Architects, would stand eight stories and 70 feet tall.

Chen did not immediately respond to a request for comment. The developer has other Queens projects at 62-98 Woodhaven Boulevard in Middle Village and 51-20 Van Loon Street in Elmhurst.

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