Sept. 29, 2015 By Jackie Strawbridge
Developers are planning a seven-story residence with about 90 apartments, on an industrial corner of the Kaufman Arts District.
The residence is slated for 37-19 32nd St., currently occupied by a squat brick and concrete building.
According to construction plans, the mixed-use building will include space for retail on the first floor.
Parking for 71 cars is planned along with 45 bike parking spaces. Construction plans also call for a fitness room and first-floor lobby.
Shangri-La Astoria, Inc. filed the plans with the Department of Buildings on Friday and is waiting for approval.