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March 28, 2016

Phase I Buildings Top Out At Flushing Commons In Queens

A major milestone was recently reached by a 1.8-million-square-foot mixed-use development under construction in downtown Flushing, Queens. The two buildings that represent Phase I of Flushing Commons topped out on March 18. That includes a 14-story residential condominium building at 138-35 39th Avenue and an 11-story office condominium building at 38-18 Union Street. Read More


March 24, 2016

Flushing Commons’ First Phase Tops Out

(Queens Tribune) The Flushing Commons development celebrated a milestone in its construction with a dramatic topping off ceremony held on the windswept upper level of the former Municipal Lot #1 in Flushing on Friday. Community leaders and local media watched a giant crane lift a gold-painted beam far up into the sky and onto to the […]


March 24, 2016

Flushing Commons project topped off

(Queens Chronicle) The last beam has been placed on Flushing Commons, topping off the 1.8-million-square-foot mixed-use complex in downtown Flushing. “This is a major, major milestone for not only our project but for Flushing, and I want to start by recognizing many of the people that we’ve gathered here today,” Michael Meyer, the president of the […]


March 22, 2016

First phase of Flushing Commons reaches full height

(Queens Ledger) A major development in Flushing that has been a decade in the making reached a significant milestone on Friday. Developers and community leaders watched as construction workers put the final beam in place on top of phase one of Flushing Commons, a major mixed-use development rising on the former site of Municipal Lot 1 […]