The LPC voted to hold a public hearing on the former Bank of Manhattan building in Queens Plaza.
Property Markets Group filed plans to develop 29-37 41st Ave. into a skyscraper with 930 apartments.
A developer proposed a 829,260-square-foot building in a lot that's zoned for up to 205,032.
Service on the F, R, M and E lines were disrupted Tuesday evening.
A small track fire broke out in the tunnel between Queensboro Plaza and 57th Street, officials said.
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The study will look at opportunities for more residential construction, particularly affordable housing.
Resobox is featuring an exhibit of 4,000 amigurumi made by 100 artists from 32 countries.
The 6, A, D, E, G, N, Q, R and S lines are slated for service disruptions this weekend.
The sale comes as residents are looking to landmark the iconic building, located in Queens Plaza.
The area will see an influx of amenity-packed new apartments in the next several years.
The 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, A, C, E, D, F, G, N, Q, R and Franklin Avenue Shuttle will all be affected.
Fans of the iconic building asked the Landmarks Preservation Commission to review it for designation.
Changes include adding pedestrian islands and extending sidewalks in some locations.
The building, once home to the Bank of Manhattan, was purchased by the Criterion Group, records show.
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