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Plans Filed for Seven Story Building in Elmhurst

83-12 Broadway (Google)

Oct. 30, 2018 By Christian Murray

Plans have been filed for a seven story, 34-unit complex at 83-12 Broadway in Elmhurst.

The building, three blocks from the Elmhurst Avenue subway station, will include 5,240 square feet of  commercial space with 20,760 square feet for residential units. The 34 units will average about 610 square feet each.

The building will include a rooftop recreation area and there will be a laundry room on the second floor.

Demolition permits have yet to be filed for the property, which is owned by the Haider Family Trust.

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