Aug. 10, 2018 By Christian Murray
Renderings have been released of a 12-story mixed-use building that will be located on Queens Boulevard and contain Regal Cinemas.
The renderings, first published by YIMBY, showcase the building that will be located at 38-01 Queens Blvd and include the theater chain on the first two floors–with both floors having mezzanines.
The property, to be called The Sunnyside, is being developed by Curbcut Urban Partners and the latest plans were filed in April 2017.
Curbcut said that 38,000 square feet of the 140,000 square foot structure will be dedicated to the theater. There is no word yet as to how many screening rooms there will be.
The majority of the space, 95,000 square feet, will be dedicated to medical offices. The facilities have been designed for dentists, doctors, therapists, radiology, and more.
There will be some ground floor retail and 62 parking spaces in the basement.
The building will not contain residential units.
The building replaces the two-story factory building on the lot that formerly held Liberty Brass Turning Company. Curbcut bought the property in December 2015 for $12 million.
Sunnyside has not had a theater since the shuttering of Sunnyside Center Cinemas in 2015.
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