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Plans Filed For a 7-Story Building in Rego Park

99-49 66th Avenue (house on the right)

Nov. 1, 2018 By Christian Murray

A two story house in Rego Park is about to get a whole lot bigger.

Plans have been filed for a “vertical and horizontal extension” of a two-family home located at 99-49 66th Ave. The plans call for the house to be converted into a 7-story, 18-unit building. They also include space for professional offices, which are classified as community facilities.

There would be 9 bicycle parking spots in the cellar and a garage for one vehicle.

The owner of the house, Song Dong, purchased the property in August for $2.65 million.

The property is about six blocks from the 67th Avenue M/R subway station.

LI Architect, based in Flushing, is the designer.

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James Nettleton

The subways are over capacity now, but the City keeps issuing permits for high rises which will increase congestion. I hope the nene residents will use the bicycle parking, and the bicycle path on Queens Blvd.


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