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New Hotel to Rise on 28th Street in Dutch Kills

The site in May 2016 (Google Maps)

April 18, 2018 By Tara Law

New permits were filed for a 6-story hotel on 28th Street in Dutch Kills earlier this month.

The 40 room, 9,903 square foot hotel would be located at 38-23 28th St. The permit calls for the building to be 69 feet tall and to have 9,903 square feet of commercial space.

Applications were filed for a similar hotel at that location in July 2016 along with demolition permits for an existing 2-story building. 

The hotel lobby would be constructed on the building’s first floor, and an accessory office and storage area would be in the cellar. The hotel rooms would be located on floors two through six. Parking spaces for the hotel would be located on the property.

The location is four blocks from the 39th Ave. (N/W) subway station and eight blocks from the Queens Plaza (E/M/R) station.

The property is owned by Howard Development LLC. Myles Architecture, P.C. will handle the design.

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Look on the bright side. More options for us closer to home if we are priced out and homeless.


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