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Old Posted Jul 14, 2017, 5:41 PM
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Unfortunately, it seems like only the hallets point project is going forward, the astoria cove one has been cancelled after delays due to the local community's pushback - ridiculous. I wonder how many exciting projects have been killed by local community boards...
Not true. Astoria Cove was approved, and is moving forward.

NYC community boards have zero decisionmaking power on land-use projects, BTW.
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Not true. Astoria Cove was approved, and is moving forward.

NYC community boards have zero decisionmaking power on land-use projects, BTW.
Astoria Cove developer looks to sell Queens megaproject site for $350M
https://ny.curbed.com/2017/4/3/15163...ns-megaproject
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I'm curious to see how this area will change now that this development is rising, along with the many others going up along Vernon Blvd, and the Astoria ferry open just a few blocks away. Right now it's mostly old industrial warehouses.
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