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100-Year-Old Building to Be Demolished to Make Way for Healthcare Building

41-12 77th St. (Google Maps)

April 17, 2018 By Tara Law

A 100-year-old Elmhurst house will be demolished to make way for a 4-story healthcare building.

Permits have been filed for a new ambulatory care or diagnostic services building at 41-12 77th St. 

Demolition permits for the existing 2-story home, which was built in 1905, were filed on April 4. The property was purchased by developer Jamil Uddin in 2012 for $999,999.

The new building will be 49 feet tall with 8,000 square feet of community facility space. The facility will have two parking spaces.

The property is across the street from NYC Health + Hospitals/Elmhurst, and three blocks from the 74th St-Broadway subway (7) station and the Roosevelt Ave- Jackson Heights (E/F/M/R) station.

Angelo Ng and Anthony Ng Architects Studio are overseeing the design.

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