34 DECEMBER 15, 2016 RIDGEWOOD TIMES WWW.QNS.COM REAL ESTATE Parkway Hospital site to undergo review The community is asked to comment on the former Parkway Hospital in Forest Hills before a cleanup at the site. Ridgewood Times Sales Guide Listings selected at random. Courtesy MLSLI RIDGEWOOD Photo via Google Maps 60th Place Valentine Place 68th Street 75th Place Under $500,000 2118 Greene Ave. $449,000 Condo 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom Julia Xelas Prime Realty $500,000-900,000 64-04 60th Pl., Ridgewood $849,999 2-family home 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms Afshin Termechi Keller Williams Landmark II Over $900,000 1855 Woodbine St. $1,375,000 2-family townhouse 6 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms Jianming Liu Winzone Realty GLENDALE Under $500,000 5 Valentine Pl. $469,000 1-family home 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom Joseph Crifasi Crifasi Real Estate $500,000-900,000 62-50 80th Rd. $609,800 1-family home 3 bedrooms, 1 ½ bathrooms Rossmery Mosquera Winzone Realty Over $900,000 59-22 Cooper Ave. $1,300,000 1-family home 2 bedrooms, 1 ½ bathrooms Viorel Ardelian Campione Realty MASPETH Under $500,000 62-15 53rd Ave. $269,888 Co-op 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom Raphael Khan Keller Williams Realty Landmark $500,000-900,000 62-01 60th St. $780,000 2-family home 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms German Fayzibayev Network Solution Realty Over $900,000 53-06 68th St. $1,449,000 2-family home 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms Florin Spariosu Sparrow Realtors MIDDLE VILLAGE Under $500,000 57-45 74th St. $349,000 Condo 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom Nancy Leone Tscherne Realty $500,000-900,000 61-57 69th St. $849,000 2-family home 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms Renatta Paz-Quiroz Keller Williams Realty Landmark Over $900,000 63-60 75th Pl. $1,388,000 2-family home 8 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms John O’Kane O’Kane Realty BY ANTHONY GIUDICE AGIUDICE@RIDGEWOODTIMES.COM @A_GIUDICEREPORT The owners of the former Parkway Hospital site in Forest Hills have submitted a Brownfi eld Cleanup Program application with the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), and are looking for community comment regarding the application. The site, located at 70-35 113th St., was originally developed as a hospital in 1963 and was closed down in 2008. Since that time, it has been occupied by a six-story vacant building, with two basement levels and an asphalt-paved parking area. The site is in an R1-2a Zone, which is zoned for residential use. According to DEC, “a brownfi eld site is any real property where a contaminant is present at levels exceeding the soil cleanup objectives or other health-based or environmental standards, criteria or guidance adopted by DEC that are applicable based on the reasonably anticipated use of the property, in accordance with applicable regulations.” The current environmental and health conditions at the former Parkway Hospital site are “currently under review and will be revised as additional information becomes available,” DEC said. The Brownfi eld Cleanup Program was created to encourage private-sector cleanups of brownfi eld sites and to promote their redevelopment as a way to revitalize economically troubled communities by providing tax incentives for the redevelopment of these sites. Public comments about the former Parkway Hospital application must be submitted no later than Dec. 30. A copy of the application and other relevant documents are available at the document repositories located at Queens Borough Public Library – Forest Hills Branch, 108-19 71st Ave., and the Queens Community Board 6 (CB 6), at 10401 Metropolitan Ave. The public should send their comments to Aaron Fischer, Project Manager, NYSDEC-DER, 625 Broadway, 12th Fl., Albany, NY 12233-7016; to aaron.fi email@example.com; or call 518-402-9767.
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