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Plans Filed for Seven Story Building in Rego Park

64-10 Wetherole St. (Google Maps)

May 22, 2020 By Allie Griffin

Plans have been filed for a seven-story residential building in Rego Park, according to Department of Buildings records.

The building will go up at 64-10 Wetherole St. and will have 26 units, according to the plans filed last month. The structure will be 74-feet tall.

The total building will measure 20,332 square feet, with 17,271 square feet of residential space.

The building will also include enclosed parking for eight cars, a residential lobby and 600 square feet of outdoor space on the second floor and a recreational area on the roof.

Demolition plans to knock down the existing home at the address have not yet been filed with the DOB.

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Jasmine Perez

Residents of this area should fight this all the way but more important is the fact that they need to stick it to their local officials who would not implement or enforce zoning laws.

Sara Ross

Another old beautiful house being demolished. Let see – they’ll bring in the people from their village, their families who will get NYS benefit and SNAP cards and Section 8 housing. Time to drain this swamp.

joran spate

Can we assume this another DeBlasio low-income building?
Reducing Queens a low-income borough seems to be the plan for Brooklyn and Manhattan developers.


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