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Plans Filed for an 8-Story Apartment Complex in Douglaston

44-14 Douglaston Parkway (GMaps)

March 30, 2021 By Christian Murray

Plans have been filed for an eight-story, 47-unit apartment complex to go in Douglaston.

The development, which would be built on a vacant lot at 44-14 Douglaston Parkway, would be approximately 84-feet tall and would include 21 enclosed parking spaces.

The owner is listed as Gandolfo Difiore, who operates under the business name of Manor North Properties LLC.

The property is located between Church Street and Northern Boulevard, and is near the Douglaston LIRR train station, which is serviced by the Port Washington line.

Frank J. Quatela Architects is listed as the architect of record.

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