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October 30, 2016

Downtown Flushing to Get First New Movie Theater in 30 Years at 1.2M-SF Mixed-Use Project (Commercial Observer)

The development, called Tangram, is already under construction at 133-15 39th Avenue between College Boulevard and Prince Street, a site that was home to Flushing Mall until mid-2015. It will be comprised of four 15- or 16-story towers situated on top of a 225,000-square-foot, two-level retail podium. The buildings will house 300 luxury residential condominium units, 80,000 square feet of office space, a yet-to-be-decided hotel and a three-level parking garage with 1,200 parking spots. “We are creating something that is very new for Flushing, and bringing in highly curated retail for an experience for people who are looking to experience a day in Flushing,” Geoff Bailey of SCG Retail, who has been tapped to lead a team to market the retail space, told CO.

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