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Plans filed for 8-story building on 21st Street

31-05 and 31-07 21st Street

July 12, 2017 By Jason Cohen

A developer filed plans with the Buildings Dept. Monday to construct an eight-story building containing 23 units on 21st Street.

The plans call for a building– to be located at 31-05 and 31-07 21st Street–that would consist of two apartments and a lobby area on the first floor; four units on each floor from levels 2 through 5; three units on the sixth floor; and two on the seventh. There would be amenities on the eighth floor.

The site is currently home to a vacant one-story commercial building. The developer has yet to file for a demolition permit.

Ravi Patel, president of L.I. City Hospitality LLC, said there is no timeframe on when construction will begin.

 

 

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Anonymous

You see some “upscale” buildings there, amidst a dreary landscape, too far from the train& most stores,& have to wonder if they are duping wide eyed newcomers to the city w promises of amenities.

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Anonymous

Nah that’s the old bakery that does the distro unit. I remember that area well when I pass by with the q69. Now that they’re gone, who knows what type of trouble we’ll be expecting…

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your neighbor

Excellent location for one of those $500 a night shelters, instead of 23 units he could probably cram 50 or 60 homeless people in there.

Probably “no timeframe on when construction will begin” because he needs to make some calls to DeBlasio and DSS Commissioner Steven Banks.

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Poparoo 46

Who knows maaaaaaan . That’s the question maaaaaan . Ravi Patel is today’s john Smith. Thousands of the same name maaaaaaaan

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