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Permits Filed for 7-Story Apartment Building on 72nd Avenue

108-11 72nd Ave. (Google)

Oct. 10, 2018 By Tara Law

A developer has filed permits for a 7-story apartment building in Forest Hills.

A total of 26 apartment units would be located in the building, which would be at 108-15 72nd Ave. A two-story residence on the property, which according to city records was built in 1935, has been demolished.

The building would be 27,667 square feet and 70 feet tall. The first and seventh floors would have three apartments apiece, and the other five floors would each have four apartments.

Building residents would have access to 13 valet parking spaces in the cellar.

The location is three blocks from the Forest Hills- 71st Ave (E/F/M/R) subway station.

The property is owned by CH Crescent Realty LLC. Lu Ning Architecture is responsible for the design.

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