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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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Tony

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.

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angela

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

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