Right across from the massive Sky View Parc development in Flushing, a developer is planning another large project that will bring two residential towers and one hotel to the neighborhood. Known as Flushing Point Plaza, a developer going by Flushing Point Holdings has filed plans for two 19-story residential towers at 131-02 40th Road, YIMBY reports.
Plans for the hotel will be filed later on, but all three buildings will be the same height, and be interconnected at the base. Together the residential towers will bring 326 apartments to the neighborhood with the average size of an apartment measuring 845-square-feet.
The developers have roped in Angelo and Anthony Ng at Architects’ Studio to design the project, which also includes 278,365 square feet of retail, and a 1,500-square-foot community facility, apart from the hotel and the residential towers.
No word yet on whether the project will be rentals or condos. The first building will come with a garage that fits 390 cars, and the second will have space for 112 cars on the ground floor.
The site of the project was embroiled in a bit of controversy earlier this when one of the previous owners wasn’t willing to part with the land despite the sale. Hotelier Sam Chang sold the site last year to the current developer for $44.5 million.