Dec. 17, 2018 By Christian Murray
A Manhattan-based developer has filed plans to demolish a gas station on 21st Street and replace it with apartments and ground floor retail space.
The plans call for the demolition of the Gulf Station at 21-09 21st Street. The property was bought by Barry J Leon, a partner in Astoria 2101 LIC, for $4.35 million in February.
Last week, the firm filed plans to build a 3-story, 19-unit building, which will include ground-floor retail space and medical facilities. The structure will be 33-feet tall.
The plans also include 13 parking spaces.