See New Renderings of Massive Towers Coming Near Jamaica Queens AirTrain Station 


QUEENS — Architecture company FXFOWLE has released new renderings of a massive two-tower mixed-use complex planned for the Jamaica AirTrain station area.

Courtesy of FXFOWLE

The renderings, first reported by Buzz Buzz Home, show the 730,000 square-foot complex, planned for 93-01 Sutphin Blvd., on the north side of the Long Island Rail Road and AirTrain stations.

The project, which local officials called the largest private investment in Downtown Jamaica in decades, will consist of a 26-story high-rise containing 539 apartments and a 14-story mid-rise with 130 apartments, according FXFOWLE and BRP Companies, which develops the project. The towers will feature roof terraces and a 24-hour doorman among other amenities.Courtesy of FXFOWLE.

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Courtesy of FXFOWLE

QUEENS — Architecture company FXFOWLE has released new renderings of a massive two-tower mixed-use complex planned for the Jamaica AirTrain station area.

Courtesy of FXFOWLE

The renderings, first reported by Buzz Buzz Home, show the 730,000 square-foot complex, planned for 93-01 Sutphin Blvd., on the north side of the Long Island Rail Road and AirTrain stations.

The project, which local officials called the largest private investment in Downtown Jamaica in decades, will consist of a 26-story high-rise containing 539 apartments and a 14-story mid-rise with 130 apartments, according FXFOWLE and BRP Companies, which develops the project. The towers will feature roof terraces and a 24-hour doorman among other amenities.Courtesy of FXFOWLE

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The majority of apartments will be market rate, but the complex will also include some affordable housing units, the company said.

According to the BRP Companies’ website, construction of the complex will begin in early 2017 “with expected occupancy in 2019.”

In addition to the residential units, the space will also include 35,000 square-foot of retail space, a community facility and 187 parking spaces.

The complex is one of several new developments planned for downtown Jamaica, including a $35 million hotel with 210 rooms on the other side of the AirTrain station.

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