Queens Developer Launches State-of-the-Art Building in the Heart of Corona
Located on the northwest corner of Northern Blvd and 101st Street in Corona, Queens, a new development project is becoming the "talk of the town." With a modern, ergonomic design, this two-story, mixed-used building is perfect for a day care facility, medical clinic, or learning center. Interested parties can visit www.100nblvd.com for more information.
Corona’s latest crown is the mixed-used complex under development by 100 Northern Blvd. Real Estate, located at the intersection of Northern Boulevard and 101st Street, in the heart of the area’s vibrant downtown. Unlike its older red brick neighbors, this new sleek glass and steel structure is sure to become an instant landmark. For one thing, the building’s 10,500 square ft. footprint already exists. Forget “shovel ready,” this project is slated to be “tenant ready” within months, not years or multiple quarters. All legal matters and zoning approval have been cleared and a January 2012 completion date is on the calendar.
The modern two-story building features an ergonomic design, with large high-tech energy saving glass that lets natural sunlight in and keeps harmful ultra violet rays out. An energy efficient heating, ventilation and air conditioning system (HVAC) means further savings for would-be tenants. This cool, sun-safe environment makes the building an ideal place to house banking centers and eateries on its lower level and either an out-patient medical service, after-school program, daycare facility, or martial arts studio on its open 5,500 square ft. second floor space.
“We have a product that is distinct and different from anything else available on this corridor,” said Afshin Hedvat of 100 Northern Blvd Real Estate. “It really will be a sight to see.”
Of course, a building’s success lies not just with its own bells and whistles (although the building’s elevator is a welcomed plus), but in how it complements and is complimented by the surrounding community. Thus, Corona’s central business district is mom-and-pop shop-friendly, with restaurants walking distance away, and cultural centers like the Louis Armstrong Museum, the Langston Hughes Library, and the Astoria Corona District Health Center adding to the mix. Better still, the number 7-subway line runs just one major east-west thoroughfare south of Northern Boulevard on Roosevelt Avenue making the area accessible to the widest range of New Yorkers possible.
Named Corona in 1870 by Thomas Waite Howard (a local developer seeking to inject a sense of pride in his hometown), it’s fitting then, that 141 years later, 100 Northern Blvd. Real Estate is picking up where he left off, leading the area’s growth while polishing off the now-famous “crown of Queens” moniker. Like Mr. Howard before, 100 Northern Blvd Real Estate looks forward to helping Corona businesses – and the Corona community – grow.