BRP is bringing another apartment complex to Jamaica

Site sits near massive Crossing at Jamaica Station development

TRD New York /
Aug.August 09, 2019 08:30 AM
Meredith Marshall, co-founder of BRP Companies and 163-05 Archer Avenue in Queens (Credit: Marshall by Emily Assiran and Agorafy)

Meredith Marshall, co-founder of BRP Companies and 163-05 Archer Avenue in Queens (Credit: Marshall by Emily Assiran and Agorafy)

BRP Companies is bringing another residential complex to Archer Avenue in Jamaica, Queens.

The development firm, headed by co-founders Meredith Marshall and Geoff Flournoy, plans to bring a 24-story mixed-use tower to 163-05 Archer Avenue, according to a Department of Buildings pre-filing from Wednesday.

The new project will have 399,240 square feet of residential space, 14,077 square feet of commercial space and nearly 200 parking spaces. Studio V Architecture is the architect of record.

The site sits a little bit east of another mixed-use venture from BRP, the 669-unit Crossing at Jamaica Station at 147-40 and 148-10 Archer Avenue.

BRP picked up the development site, known as Archer Towers, in 2017 for $55 million and filed an application to knock down the one-story retail center there in April 2018.

BRP did not immediately return a request for comment.


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