Jamaica is getting another resi development

Filing calls for 49 apartments

TRD NEW YORK /
Jan.January 23, 2019 04:45 PM

88-11 179th Place in Queens (Credit: Google Maps)

Another apartment complex could soon go up in Jamaica.

A new building application filed with the Department of Buildings on Wednesday calls for an eight-story, mixed-use building at 88-11 179th Place, near Hillside Avenue.

The roughly 52,000-square-foot development will have 49 units, retail space and a day care.

Priya LLC, with Palwinder Singh as partner, was recorded as the project’s owner. A person who answered the phone number listed on the application declined to comment.

Elsewhere in Jamaica, developer Jianfei Chen in 2017 submitted plans for a seven-story, 51-unit development at 88-56 162nd Street.

And at 97-18 Sutphin Boulevard, near JFK Airport, plans were filed in July for a 151-room, nine-story-tall Hilton hotel.


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