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Six story building to go up next to houses on Roosevelt Avenue

House in the middle is 65-25 Roosevelt Avenue

House in the middle is 65-25 Roosevelt Avenue

Jan. 2, 2016 By Christian Murray

Plans have been filed for a six story building to go up on Roosevelt Avenue.

The new building, to be located at 65-25 Roosevelt Avenue, will replace a 2-story attached house that is scheduled to be demolished.

The new structure, according to Dec. 31 filings with the Dept. of Buildings, will include a community center, retail space and 10 dwelling units.

The owner is listed as Lilly Chen, from New Hyde Park. A demolition permit was filed on Dec. 18.


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This is bad. Rich take over areas and force people to leave from neighborhoods. It is sad that city allow this kind of track down.


probably another homeless shelter for sure — mark my words — look at what is around there –


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