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7-Story Building with 10 Apartments, Ambulatory Healthcare Facility Planned for 31st Street

31-18 31st St (Photo: Google Maps)

June 14, 2018 By Tara Law

Permits have been filed for a 7-story mixed-use building on 31st Street.

The building, which would be constructed at 31-18 31st St., would have 10 residential units, ground floor retail space and an ambulatory healthcare facility on the second floor. 

Demolition permits were filed in January for an existing 2-story home at the location, which was built in 1925.

The property is owned by developer New York Builders Millennium. The property was bought in December for $2.21 million.

The new building would stand 75 feet tall and encompass 15,117 square feet.

Residents would have access to storage and a laundry room in the cellar and recreational space on the roof.

The property is less than a block away from the Broadway (N/W) subway station.

T.F. Cusanelli and Filletti Architecture is responsible for the design of the planned building.

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