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19-Story Building Planned for 37th Avenue in Flushing

133-25 37th Ave. (Google)

Aug. 20, 2018 By Christian Murray

Plans were filed last week for a 19-story mixed use building in Flushing that will consist of 146 apartments and 360 hotel rooms.

The development is planned to go up at 133-25 37th Ave., just five blocks from the Flushing subway station.

The building will be 198-feet tall, with floors two through seven each consisting of 60 hotel rooms. The apartments will be located on floors eight through 19.

There will be 2,270 square feet of space dedicated for a medical facility and a first floor hotel party room.

The building will have separate lobbies for hotel guests and apartment dwellers. There will be indoor parking for 198 vehicles, with storage space for 82 bicycles.

Demolition permits have not been filed.

The developer is Yihai Real Estate, a global firm headquartered in Beijing.

Property records show Yihai acquired the site in 2013 for $28.8 million.

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