RKO Keith project moves ahead


| bdoda@queenscourier.com

After the Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) unanimously approved the number of apartments in the complex, RKO Keith Theater developer Patrick Thompson moved closer to achieving a feat 25 years in the making. The developer’s privately-funded $160 million plan to restore the landmark lobby, build a 17-story tower with stores and 357 rental apartments […]

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RKO Keith project moves ahead


| bdoda@queenscourier.com

After the Board of Standards and Appeals (BSA) unanimously approved the number of apartments in the complex, RKO Keith Theater developer Patrick Thompson moved closer to achieving a feat 25 years in the making. The developer’s privately-funded $160 million plan to restore the landmark lobby, build a 17-story tower with stores and 357 rental apartments […]

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RKO Keith project moves ahead


| bdoda@queenscourier.com

After the Board of Standards and Appeals unanimously approved the number of apartments in the complex, RKO Keith Theater developer Patrick Thompson is closer than anyone has been to achieving a feat 25 years in the making. The $160 million plan to restore the landmark lobby, build a 17-story tower with stores and 357 rental […]

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Illegal conversions on KPCA agenda


| bdoda@queenscourier.com

A panel of elected officials and the intergovernmental and community affairs official from the Department of Buildings (DOB) discussed issues regarding 3-1-1 phone calls and the seemingly slow response by the DOB to inspect suspected illegally converted homes at the Kissena Park Civic Association (KPCA) meeting at Mary’s Nativity Parish Center on September 30. “Illegal […]

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